Tag: pollution

Fireworks

I don’t really like fireworks. This would once have been a fairly unpopular opinion but it seems more and more people are feeling the same. It’s not for any one reason but the wastefulness of the whole event bothers me. A fireworks display typically… Continue Reading “Fireworks”

Bat Week: Indicator Species

As you may know, this is Bat Week where people aim to raise awareness of all things bat. I’m going to contribute by writing an article that was suggested by Louise (click her name to see her work) in an earlier post which I… Continue Reading “Bat Week: Indicator Species”

Burning the land and boiling the sea

Recently it was announced that licenses have been granted for underground coal gasification projects in the Firth of Forth along with 15 others in the UK. The laws surrounding both are different due to the Scottish Government having their own environmental policies. Essentially the… Continue Reading “Burning the land and boiling the sea”

Fracking U-turn over wildlife reserves

As many of you know, the environment secretary is keen to have fracking in Britain. Fracking is a contentious issue in itself but new government proposals are advocating fracking in 3 nature reserves and 53 sites of special scientific interest (SSSI) Nature reserves have… Continue Reading “Fracking U-turn over wildlife reserves”

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