In just over 12 weeks, 104,836 people have said they share the RSPB and Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s concerns about Sizewell C’s impacts on nature. In November, the two charities launched a joint e-action as part of the ongoing Love Minsmere campaign. Springwatch presenters Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin launched the action whilst hosting a Love Minsmere online live event.
The action was launched to make nature’s voice stronger in the planning process. EDF's plans for Sizewell C are soon to be examined by the Planning Inspectorate, and the RSPB and Suffolk Wildlife Trust have submitted an extensive summary of concerns about the impacts on wildlife. The charities called on people who shared their concerns to complete the action and add their voice to demonstrate that nature must be protected and how many people Love Minsmere. The charities will be presenting this number to the Planning Inspectorate once the examination begins.