This blog has just turned two! Some 330 posts later and what have been the big themes?
I had a look at the same question a year ago – and here’s how the top ten topics have changed
The public inquiry into the proposed expansion of Lydd Airport is closing now ... with just the tense wait for the outcome. The focus on Kenya and impact of biofuels policy on both the Tana River Delta and Dakatcha woodlands has been a compelling story (with a great measure of success for the campaign mounted by NatureKenya backed by the RSPB).
And then there’s planning – I said it would be big. Now I’m not claiming Mystic Meg levels of perspicacity, it was a fairly easy spot! Not quite certain I thought it would go so large. And don’t forget – in England the challenge in from of us is the EnPeePeeEf (the National Planning Policy Framework and you can add your views here.
Finally, a big thanks to those colleagues who have contributed material and most of all to you, dear reader, I hope you’ve found things to interest you – certainly, you will have found things to worry about and get annoyed at – and wherever possible we’ve tried to point you to actions you can take.
I’d love to hear from you – and in particular hear any suggestions of topics or issues (within the broad range of Saving Special Places) that you would like to see covered.
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Congratulations on your anniversary. Can I suggest that someone on the website team makes it a little easier to find this blog moving forward? I can't even remember how I stumbled across it now and probably couldn't find it again if I hadn't bookmarked it. I'm sure community participation in the debate would increase if it was given a higher profile.