An environmental charity says it is still not convinced enough will be done to protect wildlife if the Sizewell C nuclear plant goes ahead.Read the full story ›
Calls for Michael Gove to amend the Agriculture Bill, making it a legal obligation for all farmers to meet minimum environmental standards.Read the full story ›
South Cambridgeshire council is aiming to show off its green credentials by becoming the UK's first carbon neutral local authority.Read the full story ›
The National Trust says extremes from Arctic temperatures to a sizzling heatwave meant a roller-coaster year for the UK's wildlife in 2018.Read the full story ›
Five seals have been discovered on the same stretch of beach with frisbees embedded in their necks.Read the full story ›
Deposit return schemes could be introduced for bottles, cans, and disposable cups as part of a new government waste strategy for England.Read the full story ›
Cambridge council is calling on residents to name their favourite buildings of the last 50 years.Read the full story ›
A Swedish company's chosen south Norfolk to install its first electric ever vehicle charging stations in the UK.Read the full story ›
A farmer from Bury St Edmunds is helping to boost wildlife numbers on his land thanks to some nature-friendly techniques.
Steve Honeywood is one of a growing number of farmers who are devoting more of their land to nature.
It comes as a new report from the Wildlife Trust says the work it's doing with farmers has meant there's been an increase in the numbers of some species.
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The Country Landowners' Association says stronger action needs to be taken against fly tippers.Read the full story ›