Numbers from industry organization Wind Denmark reveal that eight domestic projects have been slowed down or halted on considerations of wildlife and biodiversity since September 2020, whereas the period 2013-2020 saw only two such cases, reports Danish newspaper Berlingske.
Although the rise in number of cases is palpable, Professor and Centre Director at Aarhus University's Department of Biology Jens-Christian Svenning says that an increasing amount will appear in the coming years as green projects become more widespread and focus on wildlife protection grows. He calls for political action.
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