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Reports identify areas resistant to climate change  Rate it
Two recent reports aim to improve future conservation management by identifying climate change ‘refugia’ - localised areas where wildlife could withstand a more widespread change in conditions. read more...read more...

Wind power makes another record contribution to grid  Rate it
Wind power makes another record contribution to grid Green energy supplier Ecotricity has launched a multimedia campaign combining national newspaper advertising and social media celebrating wind power’s recent record contribution to the grid. read more...read more...

Campaign urges gardeners to go 'peat free'  Rate it
Campaign urges gardeners to go 'peat free' Delegates at a conference in Inverness today have been discussing the practical challenges of restoring 1 million hectares of damaged peat bogs by 2020. read more...read more...

Outdoor Centre's speedy extension  Rate it
Outdoor Centre's speedy extension The walls and roof of a new dormitory building and activity centre at the Laches Wood Outdoor Education Centre near Wolverhampton have been erected in a matter of weeks using new technology. read more...read more...

Borders gas plant will use locally grown fuel  Rate it
An innovative new green gas scheme, featuring anaerobic digestion technology, on the Scottish Borders is set to benefit farmers, homeowners and the environment. read more...read more...

Brown versus green ? think again  Rate it
Brown versus green ? think again Let’s change our assumptions about developing land says national land management charity The Land Trust and Buglife, who want to remind politicians it’s not as simple as brown versus green. read more...read more...
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