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Love nature? Then you'll care that climate change and its effects are already occurring...
The effects of climate change on the wildlife and wild places we know and love can already be seen. Read our real-life accounts from around the UK. More...
10 July 2014
Conservation organisation, the RSPB, is calling for an end to burning on deep peat, a harmful land management practice that threatens the future of the Peak District and other upland areas across England.
1 July 2014
Birds and Climate Change, a new book released today (July 1, 2014), shows that recent climate change has already had a significant impact on bird populations around the world.
30 June 2014
England's upland peatlands are vital for havens of wildlife and for helping to combat climate change and providing clean drinking water, but too many of these sites are in poor condition.
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