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RSPB Scotland’s response to the draft guidance on creating new woodland on agricultural land
This draft guidance, and related consenting processes for woodland expansion, needs improving to best protect non-woodland wildlife on farms, including breeding wading birds and important open ground habitats.
Date: 10 June 2013
Pre-Consultation seeking views on the need for a Northern Ireland Climate Change Bill
RSPB Northern Ireland (NI) is pleased to be able to give our views on this import issue and look forward to working with the Executive and other stakeholders in bringing about an ambitious Climate Change Bill for NI
Date: 30 May 2013
RSPB Scotland - Consultation response on landfill tax
We support the intention behind Scotland’s Zero Waste Plan and the drive towards an environmentally sustainable Scotland
Date: 28 May 2013
RSPB Northern Ireland’s response to the consultation on an all-Ireland ash dieback control strategy, April 2013
This draft strategy needs improving to best protect the wildlife of native ash trees and woodland.
Date: 9 May 2013
RSPB Scotland’s response to the consultation on deer management on the Scottish National Forest Estate, May 2013
We support continued deer management on the National Forest Estate to protect and enhance wildlife.
Date: 7 May 2013
RSPB’s evidence to the House of Commons inquiry into forest plant health and biosecurity, January 2013
Wildlife impacts must be considered when tackling forest pathogens, pests and diseases
Date: 1 May 2013
Petroleum licencing proposals, Lough Neagh Basin
Date: 25 April 2013
Northern Ireland Planning bill - consultation response
RSPB's recommendations for changes to the new Northern Ireland Planning Policy
Date: 18 April 2013
RSPB Scotland response to Scottish Water’s strategic projections for the investment period 2015-2025
Water industry needs to improve water efficiency and take a sustainable land management approach in drinking water catchments.
Date: 22 March 2013
RSPB Scotland response to SEPA consultation on a plan for “Improving the physical condition of Scotland’s water environment”
Restoration must be more ambitious and tackle large-scale restoration at the catchment scale.
RSPB Scotland response to SEPA consultation on the second cycle River Basin Management Plans
Water environment regulations must be fully enforced and there must be increased emphasis on delivery of restoration.
Shaping a UK strategy for Agri-Tech
RSPB reponse to BIS consultation on having a separate strategy for the UK agricultural science and technology sector - November 2012
Date: 22 November 2012
Scottish Government Procurement Reform Bill – a response from RSPB Scotland
RSPB Scotland believes that this Bill should be used to ensure that the goods and services procured by the public sector, with public money, are sustainable, especially environmentally sustainable.
Date: 19 November 2012
Woodland creation in England – RSPB’s response to government consultation
Woodland expansion in England needs to be done carefully to protect non-woodland as well as woodland wildlife.
Date: 31 October 2012
Policy Options for Control Measures for Ash Dieback (Chalara fraxinea)– RSPB’s response to government consultation
These proposals need improving to better protect the wildlife of native ash trees and ash woodland across the UK
Date: 26 October 2012
RSPB Cymru’s response to government consultation - Natural Resources Body for Wales (additional consultation)
RSPB Cymru has significant concerns about the protection and enhancement of Wales’ wildlife in these proposals to create single government body for the environment, through the merger of Forestry Commission Wales, Environment Agency in Wales and the Countryside Council for Wales.
Date: 15 October 2012
RSPB Scotland’s response to government consultation - Strategic Directions for the Scottish National Forest Estate 2012-2015
The proposals need more clarity and better ambition for restoring and managing wildlife on Forestry Commission Scotland managed land. This should build upon positive practical management for biodiversity already carried out, but action on a wider scale is needed to manage a range of habitats.
RSPB Consultation response - Safeguarding Scotlands resources Sept 2012
A consultation response on the introduction of charges for single use carrier bags. Reasons for support of this proposal include the decrease in environmentally harmful litter and the distribution of revenue to charitable causes.
Date: 1 October 2012
Consultation response on proposals for an Integrated Framework of Environmental Regulation
RSPB Scotland highlights elements of the proposals that are of concern and outlines what it would like see from the final legislation.
Date: 28 August 2012
Consultation on Registerable Marine Activities
Consultation on licence applications requiring pre-application consultation.
Date: 30 July 2012
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3 June 2013
An extinct British bumblebee species will get a boost today (Monday June 3) as a new generation of queens are released on the edge of Kent.
31 May 2013
A coalition of wildlife and countryside organisations has written to the Environment Secretary for a reassurance that no licences will be issued for the removal or destruction of birds of prey or their nests for the protection of gamebirds
The RSPB is calling on farmers and birdwatchers to help locate the UK’s rarest nesting bird of prey: the Montagu’s harrier
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