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Living Streets Cambridge report says just 6% happy with conditions for pedestrians

Living Streets Cambridge report says just 6% happy with conditions for pedestrians

Living Streets Cambridge report says just 6% happy with conditions for pedestrians

19 June 2021

Obstacle course for street users includes air quality, pavement parking, dangerous paving and lack of repairs

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‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

‘This won’t be a country park, it’s a concrete park’

18 June 2021

Residents living close to where an urban country park and commercial complex are planned say they feel “blindsided’’ by developers.

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Giving Hope to the dawn of a new generation of youth strikers

Giving Hope to the dawn of a new generation of youth strikers

Giving Hope to the dawn of a new generation of youth strikers

16 June 2021

Cambridge photographer’s portraits of Cambridge Schools Eco Council founders


First CoFarm family day showcases land as educational and inspirational

First CoFarm family day showcases land as educational and inspirational

First CoFarm family day showcases land as educational and inspirational

11 June 2021

Agro-ecology farm opens doors to visitors for tours and workshops


Urban country park and commercial space plan for east Cambridge lakes unveiled

Urban country park and commercial space plan for east Cambridge lakes unveiled

Urban country park and commercial space plan for east Cambridge lakes unveiled

08 June 2021

Burnside Lakes would be opened up to the public.


Solar-powered smart bins and picnic tables installed in Cambridge city centre

Solar-powered smart bins and picnic tables installed in Cambridge city centre

Solar-powered smart bins and picnic tables installed in Cambridge city centre

03 June 2021

The smart bins can take 10 times more waste than a normal bin.

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Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

Giving peat a chance: The Wildlife Trust’s paludiculture project at Great Fen

01 June 2021

Caroline Fitton explains the work being done to protect the precious peatlands.


Row over new climate Bill prompts Extinction Rebellion to throw green paint over Labour HQ in Cambridge

Row over new climate Bill prompts Extinction Rebellion to throw green paint over Labour HQ in Cambridge

Row over new climate Bill prompts Extinction Rebellion to throw green paint over Labour HQ in Cambridge

31 May 2021

Vandalism condemned after city council did not offer support to the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill.

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CoFarm’s first family day out with Abbey People on June 3

CoFarm’s first family day out with Abbey People on June 3

CoFarm’s first family day out with Abbey People on June 3

28 May 2021

Enjoy a day of fun and learning at the agroecology project, which now includes a camp fire.


Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

28 May 2021

An iceberg larger than Majorca has calved from the Ronne Ice Shelf in Antarctica.


Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

28 May 2021

British Antarcic Survey researchers have reconstructed the history of the Larsen ice shelf.


Making jobs green is crucial next step, says ARU study – not making green jobs

Making jobs green is crucial next step, says ARU study – not making green jobs

Making jobs green is crucial next step, says ARU study – not making green jobs

27 May 2021

New report says all roles will require sustainability ‘skills and mindsets’ as economy transitions.


‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

26 May 2021

Co-author Terry Macalister on a five-year project on the effect of big oil on the UK


BBC Springwatch 2021: Wicken Fen ranger Ajay Tegala joins the team

BBC Springwatch 2021: Wicken Fen ranger Ajay Tegala joins the team

BBC Springwatch 2021: Wicken Fen ranger Ajay Tegala joins the team

25 May 2021

He will present a film about cranes.


River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

River manager says magnet fishing putting a strain on Cam Conservancy activities

21 May 2021

‘Call us’: Police safety advice for hobbyists as finds soar.

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‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

12 May 2021

Cambridge journalist co-author’s new book is startling exposé of the fossil fuel era

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‘Amazing success’ as community group plants 165 trees by banks of river Cam

‘Amazing success’ as community group plants 165 trees by banks of river Cam

‘Amazing success’ as community group plants 165 trees by banks of river Cam

05 May 2021

Cam Conservancy works with tree surgeon Ben Hudson and Flamingos volunteers on towpath project


Why does UK persist in making life difficult for Cannabidiol producers?

Why does UK persist in making life difficult for Cannabidiol producers?

Why does UK persist in making life difficult for Cannabidiol producers?

04 May 2021

Agri-TechE conference to advocate growing more cannabis legally in UK - rather than importing it all


How Wildlife Trust is protecting precious habitats - and why you should try 30 Days Wild

How Wildlife Trust is protecting precious habitats - and why you should try 30 Days Wild

How Wildlife Trust is protecting precious habitats - and why you should try 30 Days Wild

04 May 2021

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire, discusses a prehistoric wood and Cherry Hinton Brook.


May Day: Three arrests at Cambridge ‘Rebellion of One’ climate protests

May Day: Three arrests at Cambridge ‘Rebellion of One’ climate protests

May Day: Three arrests at Cambridge ‘Rebellion of One’ climate protests

01 May 2021

Extinction Rebellion and Kill The Bill protests took place in city


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