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Tiffany Reed-Villarreal, P.E., ENVSP Sep 20
Our -clogged and bear witness to the categorical failure of years of voluntary approaches, and show the urgent need to introduce robust and mechanisms to draw back the tide of . 👇🌏🌏👇
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EasternHighlandsZW Sep 23
This is Pungwe river . The water source for City of Mutar the river . It is forever flowing from the mountains of Nyanga 📷:ObvyTsoru
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Geography made easy Sep 24
Awesome video of lower course of the river and the latter oak erosion creating oxbow lakes great for a starter
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leanahosea Sep 17
EA report finds unacceptable levels of chemical contamination & harm to wildlife in every single English river. Chemicals from sewage, industry, agriculture in the bodies of fish. Poison in the lifeblood of our land.
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DhakaTribune Sep 21
: Positive talks held on sharing common ’ water
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Farm Wilder Sep 22
This clear stream flows through a boggy Rhos Pasture - brilliant at holding back & slowly releasing heavy rain & reducing flooding. If we restore even a fraction of former damp pastures & marshes it'd make such a difference to wildlife & to the health of our .
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clurr 18h
'There was a boy, a very strange enchanted boy' - Eden Ahbez Nature Boy - a birding tale about my dad's love of birds and nature and how legacies can be far more than trinkets Read my full piece here
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Beneath British Waters Sep 24
More sewage in the river wharfe Perfect timing as I filmed it opening up and discharging into the river.
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India Rivers Forum Sep 22
Here's a recording of 's recent talk: "Yamuna - knowing the river as a neighbout".
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Helen’s journey Sep 24
Thames Path and River Thames, Barnes-Putney loop, with Autumnal feel
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Farm Wilder 18h
200,000 ha of Britain’s most environmentally damaging crop maize will soon be harvested across the UK. Used for animal feed & to make biogas, it's not a sustainable use of our farmland. It doesn’t support wildlife & it leaves soil exposed with water runoff polluting our
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Beyond Pesticides Sep 24
90% of samples from U.S. & streams contain 5 or more . USGS concludes, “Identification of primary contributors to toxicity could aid efforts to improve the quality of rivers & streams to support aquatic life.”
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Emma Shuttleworth Sep 25
Our paper led by on and urban is out in . A change of direction for me, but it's been a really interesting project with an excellent team! Looking forward to seeing where we take this next
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NETSPRING 🐸 Sep 25
Our team works hard to stop before this (inc. 30% ) ends up in landfils, spoiling our , and finally harming our and
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YDRT Sep 25
It's ! are the veins of our & we must protect (and enhance) them! These are some of our favourite parts of our catchment. What are your favourite rivers? Let us know!
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NETSPRING 🐸 Sep 21
Putting more in dealing with our would greatly benefit our and our is but can be reprocessed chokes and but can be collected can be avoided and stop billions going to bed with an empty belly!
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Tor Falcon Sep 25
The place where the beck has changed it course. August. Drizzle. Cumbria.
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Ranjan Panda Sep 21
What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one anothe: Chris Maser The same is true for & all . Wake up fast! It's already late!!
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परिंदा🦅 Sep 24
For me, are a source of happiness, freedom, and creativity. The sound brings me happiness, The flow brings me freedom, and The waves brings me creativity. I'd happily spend my entire just looking at it. , ,
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