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Jo Cartmell
UK's fastest declining mammal. Please see our Quick Guide to Water Voles via our web link below and find out how you can help them. Also tweet for
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Adam Cormack 10h
Replying to @DefraGovUK
The Committee make these links explicitly throughout their 277 page report. Surely it’s ’s role as govt dept who oversees both food and nature to take this into policy. If not, then who will?
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Adam Cormack 10h
The Climate Change Committee recommendations on land-use change to stay under 1.5C global warming (afforestation, peatland restoration etc) are inextricably linked with dietary changes (less dairy, beef etc) in order to free up more land for natural carbon storage.
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Jo Cartmell 13h
Do keep us posted Cristina! Wishing you good luck!!!
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somewhere-nowhere 21h
THIS IS NOT RIGHT 108 irreplaceable ancient woods are due to be destroyed in preparation for , and the line may not even get built. Precious habitats need protection. Wherever you live, please object. .
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Miles King 14h
Red Cage fungus appearing from its “egg”. Second one so far this year in the garden.
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Patrick Barkham Aug 14
This is great to see. Some Twitterstorms do have a happy ending.
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Patrick Barkham Aug 14
Exciting butterfly news – the long-tailed blues have arrived on the south coast
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Patrick Barkham Aug 14
An ex-police officer has his neck broken during peaceful hunt monitoring. Princess Diana's sister vouches for one attacker in court. 2 attackers avoid prison & 4 masked attackers never identified. Why do hunts behave as if above the law? Because they are.
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Jo Cartmell 14h
Because they knew what they were doing in those ancient, nature connected days!
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Jo Cartmell 14h
Replying to @TeenyannB
You are right, Tina. Some cheese is still wrapped in nettle leaves!
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Jo Cartmell 14h
A Unique Romanian Cheese wrapped in bark. No plastic used here!
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Paul White 15h
Many have unfortunately. You do still see them occasionally but not as much as in the past. Years ago I remember a shepherd who used to sell sheep's cheese packaged in tree bark. A GP told me she never saw any harm or injury caused by such cheese.
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Jo Cartmell 14h
Some tree bark has antibacterial and antibiotic properties, I am sure trees native to Romania will also have this ability. No plastic used here!
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Greta Thunberg 17h
Day 4. Pos 46° 20‘ N 015° 46‘ W Eating and sleeping well and no sea sickness so far. Life on Malizia II is like camping on a roller coaster!
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Jo Cartmell 15h
Replying to @_paulwhite_
Europeans have shown a propensity for not having any joined up thinking since they colonised America. They nearly caused the extinction of ecosystem managing bison and now treat ecosystem managing wolves and coyotes as being expendable. They are a vital part of the web of life.
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Paul White 15h
Replying to @WaterVole
There's no joined up thinking on this issue Jo. There's been so much research done on killing predators to prevent livestock depredations and all the evidence shows that killing wolves and coyotes has the reverse effect, depredations actually increase.
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Daniel Brown 16h
hi just wanted to say it was really nice to see you and the others in the Chris Packham and co talk just now, you were really engaging.
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Tom Holland 16h
Off to watch something I had not previously anticipated watching in the middle of a wood on the Gulf of Finland: Russian bands playing in honour of the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road
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Jo Cartmell 15h
The stellar work by Romanian farmers who are maintaining with their traditional, farming methods should be funded by the EU. They need to see their work as world leading as biodiversity collapses in other countries.
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Paul White 15h
Replying to @WaterVole
2. The many EU regulations on hygiene, food safety + packaging has forced many shepherds off the meadows who now seek labouring jobs abroad (mainly Germany). It’s as if their self reliance is being interrupted and replaced with dependence on food from corporate owned supermarkets
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