According to RSPB and National Trust believe that Britain’s membership to the European Union is helping the environment cope with damages. Both parties have said that the UK’s exit could mean damages due to lack of support in the preservation of quality of Britain’s beaches, waters, rivers and air.
“The case is clear: we will be better able to protect the quality of Britain’s environment if we stay in Europe,” according to the groups in a letter addressed to environment secretary Liz Truss.
“Britain’s membership of the EU has had a hugely positive effect on the quality of Britain’s beaches, our water and rivers, our air and many of our rarest birds, plants and animals and their habitats,” the 13 experts wrote.
“Being part of the union has enabled us to coordinate action and agree policies that have improved our quality of life, including the air we breathe, the seas we fish in, and have protected the wildlife which crosses national boundaries. Higher European manufacturing standards for cars, lights and household appliances have lowered consumer energy costs, and stimulated business innovation.”
It is possible the UK may retain its existing commitments to environmental protection. However, it can be a crucial danger. The “no” vote is campaigning for mostly the destruction of renewable energy technology
UKIP Nigel Farage had rallied against windfarms while former Chancellor Nigel Lawson is campaigning against the dangers of the climate as overrated.