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

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Otters make comeback

On August 19, 2011 By

Otters are one of a number of species which have made comebacks due to conservation measures.

Otters can now be found in every county in England.  

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Recent government proposals could tear up Britain’s planning laws and allow building in the ‘green belt’.

Citing a rising population as a reason, the government proposes to relax planning laws. […]

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This adds strengths to the reform of the fisheries policy proposed by the EU, and opposed by the fishermen.   Most cod is caught before it is old […]

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Save a tree, kill a deer is the sentiment of many loggers,” said forestry expert Megan Matonis.

Hungry deer are spoiling efforts to manage sustainable maple forests […]

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The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has warned that overfishing and illegal fishing is endangering many fish in the Mediterranean.

Marine habitat degradation and pollution were […]

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Former BP refinery site contaminated with asbestos,oil and industrial chemicals has become a have for bees,butterflies,beetles and other invertibrates.  However there are now plans to turn it […]

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The Yasuni National Park has such biodiversity (often referred to as megadiversity) that it was declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1989.  It is also […]

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