Ban fireworks
Fireworks, of which we saw many over New Year, emit a large amount of greenhouse gas after an explosion. They propel a cocktail of chemicals into the atmosphere, many of which harm both people and the environment. The poisonous particles and dust spread on the wind to reach animals and people who are not even near a fireworks event. There is also the risk of animals ingesting the particles and parts of fireworks. The noise terrorises many of us as well as wildlife and our pets.
We are told that there is a climate emergency and a biodiversity crisis, in which case there is obviously no place for fireworks in today’s society – so why haven’t they been banned?
We continue to carpet our country in wind farms which also harm people and the environment yet there is no ban on them either although there should be.
The lunatics, namely our SNP/Green Government, are running the asylum.
Aileen Jackson, Uplawmoor East Renfrewshire

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