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Category Archives: coal
Super-Ridley blats the Bat-people: But will the evil Raccoon win out?
“Escaped pet raccoons are beginning to establish themselves in northern England with potentially devastating consequences for native wildlife.” Viscount Matt Ridley Viscount Matthew White Ridley is many things. He is a very rare beast: a hereditary … Continue reading
Posted in alien invasive species, bats, coal, invasive species, Matt Ridley, Policy Exchange, Rampisham Down Tagged bats, Invasive species, Matt Ridley, Rampisham 10 Comments
Highthorn Opencast Coal Mine – some questions
Coal is, amazingly, still a large component (20%) of the UK’s energy supply. Still, that is big decline compared to the 85% of UK energy provided by coal in 1956, when we were still a manufacturing nation. Most of the … Continue reading
Posted in coal, Crown Estate, Matt Ridley Tagged coal, Druridge Bay, Matt Ridley 4 Comments