The school strike for climate change Friday 15th saw a remarkable event with school children across Europe taking a stand on climate change Temperature anomalies 1887 – 2017  – John Curtin Environment Agency 15th February On a day filled with climate debate & action spend just 37 seconds watching this. Temperature anomalies for every nation […]

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Strengthened protection for Essex and Suffolk countryside Natural England is proposing to extend the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB  for the first time in almost 50 years.  The move would see the AONB increase by nearly 10%, stretching down to include the Stour Estuary, Samford Valley and Freston Brook Valley areas. Parts of Essex will […]

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Defra ‘Fisheries Minister George Eustice announced yesterday that EU vessels will no longer be able to carry out electric pulse fishing in UK waters after Brexit. Meanwhile Europeans reach a complex deal that sees the Dutch pulse fishing fleet reduced. Pulse trawling is a controversial fishing method that uses electrical signals to drive flat fish, such as […]

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