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Doubling Nature action plan launched for Cambridgeshire

Doubling Nature action plan launched for Cambridgeshire

Doubling Nature action plan launched for Cambridgeshire

27 September 2020

Five landscape-scale projects have been highlighted as part of the project.


The small invertebrates with the big job of maintaining the ecological balance

The small invertebrates with the big job of maintaining the ecological balance

The small invertebrates with the big job of maintaining the ecological balance

16 September 2020

Nature notes: Martin Walters looks at some of the smaller creatures that are often overlooked in our gardens.


Arctic could be free of sea ice by 2035, warns British Antarctic Survey

Arctic could be free of sea ice by 2035, warns British Antarctic Survey

Arctic could be free of sea ice by 2035, warns British Antarctic Survey

02 September 2020

It would have implications for the global climate, ecosystems and human activities.

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Penguins from space: British Antarctic Survey uses satellite images to uncover new colonies

Penguins from space: British Antarctic Survey uses satellite images to uncover new colonies

Penguins from space: British Antarctic Survey uses satellite images to uncover new colonies

09 August 2020

There are more emperor penguins than we thought, British Antarctic Survey discovers.


Cam Valley Water water crisis: Anthony Browne MP calls for government task force

Cam Valley Water water crisis: Anthony Browne MP calls for government task force

Cam Valley Water water crisis: Anthony Browne MP calls for government task force

19 July 2020

He calls for a reduction in abstraction.

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How Fauna & Flora International turned to a sheepdog to protect bears and wolves

How Fauna & Flora International turned to a sheepdog to protect bears and wolves

How Fauna & Flora International turned to a sheepdog to protect bears and wolves

04 July 2020

The Cambridge charity is in line for the Natura 2000 award.


Better Origin launches world’s first fully automated AI-powered insect mini-farm

Better Origin launches world’s first fully automated AI-powered insect mini-farm

Better Origin launches world’s first fully automated AI-powered insect mini-farm

03 July 2020

Cambridge University spin-out’s X1 generates larvae at scale


Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

Tuning into the bird song on a ramble in Wilbraham Fen

02 July 2020

Nature notes: Martin Walters gets to hear from an elusive species that can be frustratingly hard to see.


Young hare found stuffed in seat pocket of suspected hare coursing vehicle in Cambridgeshire

Young hare found stuffed in seat pocket of suspected hare coursing vehicle in Cambridgeshire

Young hare found stuffed in seat pocket of suspected hare coursing vehicle in Cambridgeshire

19 June 2020

Police released the leveret into a field and seized the vehicle.


Mayor pledges green recovery as RSPB finds overwhelming support for nature

Mayor pledges green recovery as RSPB finds overwhelming support for nature

Mayor pledges green recovery as RSPB finds overwhelming support for nature

19 June 2020

87 per cent say living near nature is beneficial during the coronavirus outbreak


How volunteers are winning the war against pennywort on the River Cam

How volunteers are winning the war against pennywort on the River Cam

How volunteers are winning the war against pennywort on the River Cam

11 June 2020

Cam Valley Forum members have led the work to clear the menace


Stunning images of wild flowers blooming at King’s College, Cambridge

Stunning images of wild flowers blooming at King’s College, Cambridge

Stunning images of wild flowers blooming at King’s College, Cambridge

10 June 2020

It is a view not seen at the University of Cambridge college for 300 years.


Hobson's heron and the tamer side of Cambridge's wildlife

Hobson's heron and the tamer side of Cambridge's wildlife

Hobson's heron and the tamer side of Cambridge's wildlife

10 June 2020

Martin Walters has been enjoying the growing boldness of nature and the return of the swifts.


Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

29 May 2020

Pythag is a hit online


Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

29 May 2020

Full details of all the National Trust parkland and gardens that are reopening and how to book online to visit.


‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

27 May 2020

David Chandler celebrates role of volunteers in conservation and animal care


Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

21 May 2020

11 entries were selected from a wide pool of inventive and useful designs.


Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

08 May 2020

Wildlife guide and nature writer David Chandler will discuss his work at virtual talk on May 9


Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

07 May 2020

How Cambridge is working with Helping Rhinos to save species


Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

29 April 2020

More planting, shadeways for cyclists and a search for ash trees. The Cambridge Canopy Project has a list of plans to make the city greener.


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