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Go Green Week - Greener Kitchens
RSPB Shop - Emily
Today's theme for Go Green Week is Greener Kitchens, so here at the RSPB shop we've got a product to help you recycle your food waste and a product to make your rubbish fun! First up this compost caddy. I know what you are thinking. How can I recycle my food when I have nowhere to put it...
12 Feb 2013
Go Green Week.
RSPB Shop - Emily
It is hard to imagine a time when we had to be stringent on the food we were eating, or a time when you couldn’t just pop in the car to go to the shops. However, as the environment begins to become increasingly affected by the way we live our lives we start to look back on these times with nostalgia...
11 Feb 2013
Bad for the environment, bad for climate but global dependence on fossil fuels just keeps getting bigger...
Helen Blenkharn, Climate Change Policy Officer ' Carbon Bomb' projects threaten explosion in global emissions Yesterday, this was a headline in BusinessGreen. The article was about a new Greenpeace report called ‘Point of No Return’ which suggests that the world’s 14 largest...
23 Jan 2013
Birds of a feather flock together...and so do people apparently - by Laura Harpham, Public Affairs Officer
Today I’d like to tell you a couple of stories about crowds. To set the scene for the first story, imagine you’re in the Castle Mall in Norwich on a busy Saturday before Christmas. You’re wandering through and you pass a shop, empty of merchandise but there are people inside; two...
22 Jan 2013
Is coexistence really possible?
That is the million-dollar question posed by Tony in response to last week’s Skydancer blog . And boy is it a good one – so good in fact, that I felt it deserved its own blog post. This could be a long one, so for those of you in a hurry, the short answer is: Yes. Of course hen harriers...
17 Jan 2013
Banish your January Blues
After the heady rush of Christmas feasting and New Year celebrations, poor old January always seems a bit bleak. Back to work, strapped for cash, the last of the chocolate coins consumed in a vain attempt to alleviate the New Year morning hangover (or was that just me?)... it's a time when we could...
2 Jan 2013
Two turtle doves need new names!
On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … two turtle doves. 26 December is, as the traditional Christmas song goes, the second day of Christmas and the Operation Turtle Dove partnership is launching an exciting competition today! Operation Turtle Dove is a new partnership...
26 Dec 2012
2012 - a year in review
Christmas is just a week away. A further seven days hence, and the world will quietly slip into the New Year, with all the hopes, anticipation and promises of fresh starts that brings. But what of 2012? What lessons can we take with us from this, The Year that Almost Wasn’t for hen harriers in...
18 Dec 2012
RSPB Shop - Emily
ALL... ...RSPB Christmas cards are reduced by £1. PLUS... ...you still get £1.50 off when you buy three packs. What are you waiting for? Have a look here !
7 Dec 2012
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