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Seizing the moment for our seas
The state of Europe's seas received significant welcome attention this week with many journalists – including those of the Independ ent , Guardian , Daily Telegraph and BBC News Online - following EU Commissioner Maria Daminaki's comments on the wasteful practice of Europe's fishing...
4 Mar 2011
It's all going nuts, oh.. and bananas!
With most of the heavy-hitting environment press corps leaving our shores for warmer climes to follow the machinations of the Cancun climate talks, the coverage of how Britain’s current icy blast is affecting birds has been largely left to their regional colleagues. As you would trust, the RSPB...
10 Dec 2010
Is your pond a threat to wildlife?
The accidental or deliberate movement of plants or animals around the world by man has been responsible for the global extinction of many species. The British countryside hasn't escaped as many species from overseas are now on the rampage creating havoc for wildlife and their habitats. And the...
24 Feb 2010
Dear Malta: please stop shooting our protected birds
Positioned in the middle of the Mediterranean, the Maltese islands have always been a beacon of hope for weary travelers, well, except if you're a protected bird. Our partner, BirdLife Malta estimates that 79 species of protected bird have been persecuted over the last three years as these travelers...
10 Feb 2010
Fish not foul!
Jellied eels, once the staple of many original Eastenders, should now perhaps be regarded as exclusive a dish as caviar, because in British waters, at least, the fish providing the ingredients for both culinary delights are Critically Endangered. That's one fin away from global extinction. Of the...
9 Feb 2010
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