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Creating coastal corridors

Walking between Port Isaac and Port Quin on the rugged north Cornish coast is pretty special. A landscape battered and sculpted by the sea this undulating walk is part of the South West Coast Path that meanders 630 miles through four counties. 390 more words

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Natural England appeal Information Commissioners decision .... & The Ecologists warning ....

We have just learnt that the Badger Trust (BT) will be in Court again on 14th (that’s tomorrow!) and 15th May 2015, where they are joint defendants with the… 499 more words

Executive Secretary

Estimating the Economic Value of Green Infrastructure: Economic Valuation Models

A study has proposed a method to place monetary value on green infrastructure at both a project and regional scale, which illustrates the value of investing in green infrastructure to the public and other stakeholders.

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The aftermath of the General Election: what will be the fall out? Starters for 10?

One of the very obvious issues around the recent election of MPs to Westminster is the bizarre fact that one party polled a little short of 1.5m votes to secure some 56 MPs, another party received approaching 4m votes yet only saw 1 MP take a seat in Westminster.  1,039 more words

Executive Secretary

Fracking creeps towards Hatfield Moors, how far to Thorne?

Regular readers will recall our post about a potential meeting with fracking developers in North Lincolnshire which was cancelled, then the meeting in Haxey last year which looked at proposals for North Lincolnshire and the Isle. 410 more words

Executive Secretary

Filming Starts

And not before time you might say, and you’d be right.  It is all a bit wearying but at last things are moving along.

We have had some great contact with National Parks and with Natural England who are all are very supportive and even enthusiastic about our project.   214 more words

The spine of our movement

The Pennine Way, which runs along the spine of England, is the spine of the ramblers’ movement.

Yesterday I launched a new gate at the start of the Pennine Way in Edale, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the route.   564 more words

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