A major new audit of the UK’s natural environment reveals continuing catastrophic wildlife declines – and shows East Anglia to be a vitally important stronghold for nature and a crucial powerhouse in Britain’s efforts to conserve it.
Suffolk Coastal MP Dr Therese Coffey was appointed junior minister with responsibility for flooding and rural affairs in the recent reshuffle. Here she outlines what her role will be – and her work in Suffolk has helped prepare her for the challenges ahead.
Suffolk is set to be transformed into 40 shades of green as young and old alike are expected to rise to a challenge launched yesterday that aims to connect them with the county’s wonder-filled natural environment.
As someone who has come to believe in nuclear power as a vital part of a carbon-free energy mix, it gives me no pleasure to say this, but I don’t think Sizewell C will be built in the next 30 years, writes Paul Geater.