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Wicken Fen nature reserve extends event space for National Trust 125th anniversary celebrations

Wicken Fen nature reserve extends event space for National Trust 125th anniversary celebrations

Wicken Fen nature reserve extends event space for National Trust 125th anniversary celebrations

Councillors agreed after a compromise was reached with a neighbour.


Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

Mechanical sweepers and hand tools will be used to clear weeds instead.


The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

The Imaginarium comes to life at King’s College

All ages encouraged to rediscover our place in the natural world.


A haven for farmland birds on our doorstep in the Cambridge green belt

A haven for farmland birds on our doorstep in the Cambridge green belt

A haven for farmland birds on our doorstep in the Cambridge green belt

Nature Notes: Bob Jarman discusses John Meed’s book on bird treasure on a small patch of arable land.


Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

The government has made reference to the potential of light rail to solve Cambridge’s congestion challenges.


B Corp Month sees Guildhall lit up for companies who prioritise values

B Corp Month sees Guildhall lit up for companies who prioritise values

B Corp Month sees Guildhall lit up for companies who prioritise values

Certification isn’t a destination, it’s a journey to positive business values.


Cambridge art gallery Quip and Curiosity hosts new ‘Test Sites’ exhibition

Cambridge art gallery Quip and Curiosity hosts new ‘Test Sites’ exhibition

Cambridge art gallery Quip and Curiosity hosts new ‘Test Sites’ exhibition

The artworks, by Herts researchers Sam Jury and David Kefford, explore the aftermath of human activity on our planet.


Company involvement in environmental protection and greenhouse gas reduction

Company involvement in environmental protection and greenhouse gas reduction

Company involvement in environmental protection and greenhouse gas reduction

Sponsored feature | Some examples of how businesses are curbing emissions.


Plans for home close to wildlife sanctuary in Cambridge rejected again

Plans for home close to wildlife sanctuary in Cambridge rejected again

Plans for home close to wildlife sanctuary in Cambridge rejected again

There was concern the sustainable home could impact protected species.


Government plans ‘water credits’ system to unblock housing and commercial space in Greater Cambridge

Government plans ‘water credits’ system to unblock housing and commercial space in Greater Cambridge

Government plans ‘water credits’ system to unblock housing and commercial space in Greater Cambridge

From free taps to a new scheme for builders, the government has set out plans to revive major house-building schemes.

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Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

Plastic fantastic – Cambridge University Varsity football match kit is made from recycled bottles

The kit to mark the 150th anniversary of the Varsity match is a modern marvel of recycling innovation.


Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

Marshall Aerospace signs up for development of hydrogen-based aircraft

Consortium includes GKN Aerospace, Parker Meggitt, and three UK universities.


Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

Labour’s green investment climbdown brings Cambridge parents out to protest

Mothers CAN and Parents for Future voice concern at Christ’s Pieces.


Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

Anglian Water to invest £50m on tackling sewage spills

It will help create capacity and enable the use of natural solutions like wetlands.


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