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Tag Archives: Friends of the Earth
Guest blog from Sandra Bell at Friends of the Earth: Govt considering scrapping ban on Neonicotinoids
I’m reblogging this post from Sandra Bell at Friends of the Earth. The NFU are trying to overturn the ban on neonicotinoids, and the regulatory group is considering their proposal today. 7 reasons why the Government must not allow bee-harming … Continue reading
Biodiversity Challenge: 20 years on
It seems unbelievable to me but it is 20 years this week since the launch of “Biodiversity Challenge.”I am going to celebrate this anniversary with a series of blogs this week, and possibly next. Challenge, as it became known, was … Continue reading
Posted in Action Plans, biodiversity, biodiversity challenge, environmental policy Tagged biodiversity, Biodiversity Challenge, Butterfly Conservation, Conservation, Convention on Biological Diversity, Environment, Friends of the Earth, Plantlife, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Site of Special Scientific Interest, Wildlife Trusts 2 Comments
What do Pollinators need?
Last week, after a long time coming, The Government announced at a Bee Summit, that it would prepare a national pollinator strategy, to be published this November. This is thanks mainly to the efforts of Friends of the Earth, who … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, bees, biodiversity, ecosystem services, environmental policy, farming, Forestry Commission, grazing, greenspace, housing, meadows, public land, regulatory reform, road verges Tagged Bee, Bee Summit, Environment, Friends of the Earth, Government, National Farmers' Union, National Pollinator Strategy, Pollinator, public land, State of Nature, wildflowers, wildlife-rich habitat 4 Comments