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I am a passionate advocate for the environment and nuclear energy. With the threat of climate change, I’ve embarked on a mission to help overcome the fears of nuclear energy. I’ve been active in...

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"A large group of local people gathered last weekend in the shadow of the historic St Manchan’s Monastery and Well in Lemanaghan to protest at plans by Bord na Móna to build a wind farm in Lemanaghan bog.

The group was joined by local Independent TD Carol Nolan, who has pledged her support to the campaign, and they carried placards with the word “No” emblazoned across the front and a drawing of a wind turbine.

The placards are being made locally, and according to local resident and campaigner, Aoife Phelan, there has been “a very encouraging uptake” from residents in the Lemanaghan area, many of whom have already placed the opposition placards outside their houses. “They have also been placed along the route of the proposed wind farm,” she adds."

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