We get involved with road proposals to avoid or minimise these impacts, ensuring that any road schemes needed are in the least damaging locations possible.
The RSPB are delighted to have formally withdrawn their objection to the dualling works planned to the A11 in Breckland.
The site supports almost 46,000 waterbirds in the winter, including internationally important numbers of whooper swans.
Campaigning to protect wildlife as part of the Able UK, South Humber Gateway development.
The Danube Delta is well known as one of Europe's premier wetlands.
The proposed high-speed rail link has prompted tough questions about how we plan our future transport needs.
Highways England is consulting on a new road crossing of the Lower Thames to supplement the existing Dartford crossings.
An inquiry is underway, considering proposals to build a new motorway south of Newport across the Gwent Levels.
We are supporting Scottish Natural Heritage's objection to a development which could cause significant harm to the SPA.
Construction of an airport & the development of tourism in St Helena may have a profound effect on the environment.
Serengeti National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the world but could be severed by a major highway.
We are objecting to a proposal to build a tunnel that will directly impact a number of stone-curlew nesting territories.
Important wildlife sites in NE Poland are under threat from damage by a series of road projects on the 'Via Baltica'.
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