Monthly Archives: July 2014

Chris Packham invites entries for RSPCA’s Young Photographer Award

With the school summer holidays stretching out ahead of us the RSPCA’s Young Photographer Awards is the perfect boredom buster for children. They could win an amazing prize for taking a photo of their favourite animal – whether that’s a … Continue reading

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Owen Paterson to deliver annual climate-sceptic lecture

Reacting to news that sacked environment Secretary Owen Paterson is to deliver the annual lecture to Nigel Lawson’s climate sceptic thinktank, Friends of the Earth Climate Campaigner Guy Shrubsole said: “This is beyond satire, and confirms that Owen Paterson was … Continue reading

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Government urges public to help bees, but must play its part too

Environment Minister Lord de Mauley today launched Defra’s Bees Needs at the Plant Life Conference, hosted by HRH the Prince of Wales. The idea is to encourage people to do their bit to help insects such as bees and butterflies, with five simple … Continue reading

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Green light for wind farm off Sussex coast

Commenting on the Government’s decision today (Wednesday 16 July 2014) to give the green light to the Rampion wind farm off the Sussex coast, Brenda Pollack, Friends of the Earth’s South East Campaigner said: “This is fantastic news. The Rampion … Continue reading

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