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Traditionally most English woodlands have been managed – they have been coppiced (branches taken off to make fences etc.). With management woodlands provide not only many products, but […]

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Some good easy to read facts about the threats to Congo’s rainforest. This is a new website for me – has some interesting articles Read more […]

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A World Heritage Site, some thing which all humanity should protect.  A huge diversity of life – representative of why our planet is so beautiful. Well guys, forget […]

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A project to replant the natural environment which could possibly have reduced the impact of Hurricane Katrina. Decades of industrial development and dike building had prevented silt and […]

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The Marshall Islands government has created the world’s largest shark sanctuary, covering nearly two million sq km (750,000 sq miles) of ocean. Tourism is a major income for […]

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Its not a name you are familiar with – snow beer! But they are the biggest beer company – Pilsner in Europe.  They are offering a trip to […]

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I admit to being bit of a bird-watcher, their songs and beauty add to my life, seeing a Kingfisher is a magic moment.  I have not seen a […]

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A nice little article on how to build a pond in your garden with useful tips.  

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