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Rachel White 2h
I'm really enjoying this new weekly overview of nature and conservation news from the UK. I hope grows from strength to strength.
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Inkcap 1h
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Thank you!! I hope so too. 😊
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Inkcap 23h
"Within conservation, there’s always a sense of people deciding what’s best for nature, and I never get a sense of anyone considering nature’s own voice."
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Inkcap 23h
Do you want to support independent environmental journalism? Subscribe to Inkcap! Contributions are voluntary but vital.
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Di Clark Aug 3
Just found this via , two of my favourite things in one hit ( )! Fantastic creative project run by for your little ones to get involved with, and will help raise money for camps to boot.
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Inkcap Aug 3
Good morning! Here's all the environmental news from last week, just in case you also spent Friday outside enjoying the sun. 🌞
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Inkcap Jul 31
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While I can't promise to include everything (I curate the roundup for the most relevant and newsworthy content), it's great to hear from people – and fantastic to get suggestions of articles on small or independent publications I may have missed.
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Inkcap Jul 31
To all the writers, analysts and bloggers out there: if you ever have a piece you want me to consider for the weekly roundup, do let me know! While I monitor the media thoroughly each week, I can't pick up everything, and I love it when people email me their suggestions.
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Inkcap Jul 31
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And, in the mean time, here's this week's news roundup. I hope you find it useful.
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Inkcap Jul 31
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I have no external funding, so every paid subscriber is making a vital contribution at this point. Please consider it!
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Inkcap Jul 31
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Subscription is voluntary and I want to keep it like that for as long as possible. But the more people who sign up, the more time I can spend writing Inkcap and the more in-depth I can go with my stories.
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Inkcap Jul 31
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I set up Inkcap to fill a gap that I saw in the UK media – the lack of deep reporting on the crisis facing British nature. I'm happy that so many people have supported me on this journey so far.
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Inkcap Jul 31
Thank you to everyone who joined up as a paying subscriber today. 💚 It means a lot to me personally, and, more importantly, it enables me to continue writing Inkcap.
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Lucy Jones Jul 31
I just started a subscription to Inkcap. So much nature destruction and injustice slips through the net and isn’t reported; independent environmental journalism like this is *crucial* ‘cos it means we can know a lot more about what’s really going on.
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Inkcap Jul 31
Bad news: a quarter of the UK’s native mammals are now at risk of national extinction.
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Inkcap Jul 31
"As well as being illegal, poisoning is a cruel way to kill a bird." Next week's will look deeper at the issue of raptor persecution, to coincide with Hen Harrier Day. Please share & subscribe:
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Inkcap Jul 31
Don't forget to read Inkcap's interview with – her book, Wanderland, was shortlisted for the Wainwright Prize yesterday. Delve in:
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Inkcap Jul 31
I love 's writing, partly for the topics she chooses and partly how she writes about them. Her essays always speak to me somehow.
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Alice Penfold Jul 30
Great environmental journalism from by - would recommend this super newsletter to anyone interested in writing, journalism, nature, the environment etc:
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