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7 March 2014
Burning, drainage and other forms of intensive land management in England’s iconic peat-covered hills are threatening to create a series of environmental catastrophes, says the RSPB.
26 February 2014
The UK needs to push forward an ambitious programme of cutting edge science if we are to save some of our most threatened species.
19 February 2014
The RSPB has responded to the decision today (Wed, Feb 19) to withdraw plans for an expansion to the London Array offshore wind farm.
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