Guest blog – The impact of moorland burning on air quality in the Hope Valley, by Mike Joseph

Michael Joseph lives and works in the Peak District. He moved there in 2014 from London and enjoys cycling and

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Guest blog – HS2, Natural England and Jones Hill Wood, by Dominic Woodfield

Dominic Woodfield is the Managing Director of Bioscan, a long established and well-respected consultancy specialising in applied ecology. He is

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Free comment – Mark Avery

Use this post to comment on any events of the last week or so. It would make sense to start

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Nature Canada

Last week’s Climate Summit, hosted by the United States and attended by forty world leaders, was a source of hope

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Breakthrough for Nature & People — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

Both the Climate Commitment Act and Clean Fuel Standard crossed the finish line in the waning hours of the 2021

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Sunday book review – Much Ado About Mothing by James Lowen

I’m not much of a naturalist, just a half-decent birder and formerly a better than half-decent ornithologist, and so I

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Press release – SCOTLAND the big picture

Chain of rewilding ‘stepping stones’ to tackle Scotland’s nature and climate crises Regenerating Scots Pine woodland, Glenfeshie, Cairngorms National Park,

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Slow Spring – Mark Avery

23 April 2020 23 April 2021 It feels like a slow Spring. Not only is this apple tree about 10

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Another petition to ban driven grouse shooting

Far be it from me to put people off any petition against driven grouse shooting but I don’t think I’ll

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RSPB press release – 2020 on RSPB nature reserves

2020: an amazing year for wildlife on RSPB reserves Heath fritillary. Photo: Jackie Collins/RSPB New report shows that despite Covid restrictions affecting

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