From HR Wallingford Ahead of an upcoming ministerial direction in relation to reservoir safety, HR Wallingford is advising Bristol Water on updating its reservoir emergency flood (on-site) plans. The imminent amendment to the implementation of the Reservoir Act 1975 will make it a legal obligation for reservoir owners to have a written detailed plan for […]

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From Rewilding Britain Thanks to significant river restoration projects, kingfisher sightings in the capital have increased by 450% since 2000. London has 400 miles of riverways, three-quarters of which are encased below ground in concrete and metal tubes. Since 2000, more than 20 miles have been restored. These rewilding efforts have also seen an increase […]

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The government has published a summary of responses and its response to the recent consultation on the Future Homes Standard: All homes and business facilities will be required to meet new energy efficiency standards that reduce energy consumption and lower bills by 2025, after the Government finally outlined responses to the Future Homes Standard. There […]

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The Marine Biologist magazine: a benefit of Marine Biological Association membership With cutting-edge research, news, reviews, careers, policy, and much more, The Marine Biologist┬ámagazine is the voice of the marine biological community. The January edition is out now! A Special Edition on the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development We are delighted to […]

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