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Changes spare top birds of Britain and allows trapping and releasing protected species found on farmland Landowners wanting to be allowed to shoot robins, pied wagtails, starlings and other favourite birds seen eating their crops have been rebuffed by the government. But shooters will be able to le...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
As most of you know already, England’s dramatic sequence of winter storms since December has resulted in its worst winter on record.  England’s records go back 248 years.  (Al Jazeera is reporting 300 years).  Who knows if such a series of storms has ever occurred since the climate st...
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Posted by on in Agriculture
The UK Government hopes to make Britain a world leader in agricultural science and technology following the launch of a new strategy to deliver sustainable, healthy and affordable food for future generations. Breakthroughs in nutrition, informatics, satellite imaging, remote sensing, meteorology an...
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Posted by on in Sustainable Development
Radically better ways of doing business have begun to unlock enormous value for a few far-sighted manufacturers - and now a new organization plans to help UK firms join the revolution A new not-for-profit group has been set up to help the UK benefit from an imminent revolution in the manufacturing...
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Posted by on in Food
By Alex Blackburne Food businesses that adapt properly to the impacts of climate change are the ones that will prosper in the future, according to a report by the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra). The study, called Adapting to climate change in the food industry, was writ...
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Posted by on in Oil Spill
An oil spill from a platform off Scotland in the North Sea is the biggest in the region in a decade, the British government said Monday as energy giant Shell battled to close off the leak completely. The spill from the Gannet Alpha platform, 112 miles (180 kilometres) east of Aberdeen, likely...
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