Bird flu has caused a “catastrophic” fall in the number of seabirds in the UK, a study of breeding sites by the RSPB has found. In some species the charity said bird flu had “completely reversed” previously positive trends. The number of gannet nests at Grassholm in Pembrokeshire – the main colony in Wales and […]

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A Devon nature reserve is due to be significantly expanded thanks to a unique piece of coastal engineering, which has seen 50 hectares of internationally important new wetland habitat created. The huge climate change adaptation project led by the Environment Agency reconnected the River Otter with its historic estuarine floodplain – helping protect properties but […]

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Experts and academics are invited to join a new science network that will help to provide evidence on the environmental impact of deep-sea mining. The UK Government has launched a new UK-based environmental science network, to gather scientific data, and carry out world-class research to help assess the environmental impacts of deep-sea mining. Eligible applicants […]

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