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Biomass space heater - ideal for warehouses and industrial units  Rate it
One biomass heating specialist has come up with a new concept - the Biomass Space Heater – an innovative compact solution that packs a big punch, ideal for warehouses and large industrial units. read more...read more...

Grants help maintain woods for people and nature  Rate it
Grants help maintain woods for people and nature National land management charity the Land Trust has completed important improvements across eight of its key parks thanks to a £101,000 Woodland Improvement Grant. read more...read more...

Funding announced to tackle hard to heat homes  Rate it
Local Authorities faced with the task of upgrading cold homes can now apply for their share of a £25 million Central Heating Fund, the Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has announced. read more...read more...

New biodiversity concepts for urban areas  Rate it
New biodiversity concepts for urban areas As cities expand, rising demand for more housing space means undeveloped land and green areas are disappearing, and with them the habitat for many animals. In order to protect wildlife, scientists have developed the Animal-Aided Design (AAD) concept. read more...read more...

Campaigners urge public to respond to waterways consultation  Rate it
Campaigners urge public to respond to waterways consultation Recently released figures reveal that just 17% of England’s rivers are in good health, and the Blueprint for Water coalition is urging communities across England to make a stand and speak up for their rivers, lakes, wetlands and beaches. read more...read more...

Light pollution affects bird's breeding cycle  Rate it
Light pollution affects bird's breeding cycle Light pollution in urban areas appears to be causing European Blackbirds to breed earlier in the year than their country cousins, according to recent research carried out by a team of biologists. read more...read more...
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