Charity the Wildlife and Wetlands Trust is launching a new learning hub to help out parents homeschooling their children.Read the full story ›
Cambridge University scientists believe there may be a link between how severely someone gets Covid-19 and high levels of air pollution.Read the full story ›
The Broads Authority has launched a campaign urging the public to help observe nature and wildlife during the lockdownRead the full story ›
Councils’ decisions to shut their tips during the coronavirus lockdown has led to an increase in fly-tipping.Read the full story ›
Russian bug spray, a council bin and the remains of a 1980s picnic are among the most unusual items found washed on National Trust.Read the full story ›
Protesters have climbed an oak tree near Bury St Edmunds to stop it from being cut down.Read the full story ›
The Gridserve site is being built at Great Notley near Braintree and will be able to charge 24 cars at once in less than half an hour.Read the full story ›
A farm producing cooking oil in Northamptonshire has become the first in the world to be certified as carbon and plastic neutral.
The Farrington Oils site at Hargrave near Wellingborough grows and presses rapeseed oil - and it's been recognised by the United Nations for its commitment to sustainability.
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