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  • Cameron, Clegg and Miliband sign joint climate change agreement

    Saturday 14th February, 2015

    In a highly unusual move the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition have agreed to work together across party lines to tackle climate change

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  • New hope for precious land at Lodge Hill

    Friday 13th February, 2015

    Lodge Hill area is the only one in the UK to be designated for nightingales

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  • What Nature Does For Britain

    Wednesday 11th February, 2015

    Brilliant new book draws on the work of The Wildlife Trusts across the UK

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  • Accolades awarded for outdoor adventures: Watch Group of the Year

    Monday 2nd February, 2015

    It’s the little things that count for a group of young wildlife enthusiasts who love discovering the natural world’s ‘minibeasts’ and, for these efforts and more, are today announced as ‘Watch Group of the Year 2014’ by The Wildlife Trusts

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  • Seeds of imagination planted with Forest Schools funding

    Monday 2nd February, 2015

    Inner city children to benefit from regular access to natural world

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  • British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015: Call for entries

    Sunday 1st February, 2015

    The 2015 competition is now open for entries

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  • Government cuts back on ambitions for marine protection

    Friday 30th January, 2015

    Crab and anemone, Image by Dan Bolt

    Public consultation opens to bitter disappointment at exclusion of important areas due to ‘economic cost’

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  • It's official - beavers are back!

    Wednesday 28th January, 2015

    The Wildlife Trusts are celebrating today’s government announcement that England’s first wild colony of breeding beavers is to be allowed to remain living wild on a Devon river

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  • New report calls for a 25-year investment plan for the natural environment

    Tuesday 27th January, 2015

    An influential independent panel has today unveiled a new report which aims to place the recovery of nature at the heart of recovery in the economy and society

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  • Solar farm shock decision will destroy legally protected wildlife site

    Friday 16th January, 2015

    A decision to build on a legally protected area of lowland acid grassland – one of the largest areas of this flower-rich habitat in England – has been met with disbelief

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