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‘World’s largest’ youth-led conservation scheme begins in Wales The project is unfolding on a 2,000-acre upland estate in the Brecon Beacons National Park... Conservation Environment UK Youth
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Mass-scale reforestation has ‘mind-blowing potential’ to combat climate change, finds study Research by Swiss experts suggests that a trillion trees could be planted to capture a huge amount of carbon dioxide... Conservation Environment
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Where the wild things are: the magic of bothies Bothying began in the 1930s, when groups of hillwalkers would shelter from the elements in dis-used farm buildings. Dedicated volunteers hav... Conservation Travel UK
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Protect the ‘thriving’ wildlife of the River Thames urges conservation charity The murky brown water of the River Thames masks a habitat thriving with life, says conservation charity ZSL as it launches the Mother Thames... Conservation Environment UK
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Grassroots bee petition forces greener farming measures in Bavaria After a popular grassroots campaign called for drastic changes in farming practices, Bavaria has announced that it will pass the 'save the b... Conservation Environment World
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Britain’s carnivorous mammals bounce back Once-endangered carnivorous species such as otters, polecats and pine martens have staged a remarkable comeback in Britain since the 1960s, ... Conservation Environment UK
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