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Proposals hope to add almost 4,000 hectares of protected landscape across Suffolk and Essex.
With a number of major energy related projects proposed for the coast, how do we ensure a balance between development and preserving Suffolk’s natural assets?
To recruit the best candidates companies must be prepared to step outside the traditional ways of doing things, according to Michelle Pollard, managing director of Spider.
A Suffolk birdwatching group is offering people the chance to have something to crow about – by taking part in a county-wide rook survey.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust has launched a series of photography courses aimed at helping young people to develop their skills and snap urban wildlife in the parks of Ipswich.
Wivenhoe, Mersea Island, Colne Valley and Dedham Vale feature in new Beautiful Borough campaign.
Calls for soil to be placed “at the heart of the environmental agenda”.
Councils in Suffolk are working with environmental charity Hubbub to tackle the long-standing problem of food waste in the region.
Representatives from Adnams have visited Suffolk Wildlife Trust reserves to see the fruits of their support for the charity.
County fungus recorder Neil Mahler says people should ‘admire’ wild fungi but not pick them.
The team at the region’s AONBs wants to encourage development in harmony with our finest countryside, and has commissioned a colour guide based on the hues and tones of the area.
Rising sea levels, shifting coastlines and drier summers all expected to impact the region into the future.
Short film - featuring moonwalking hedgehogs and bathing owls - is a reminder to think of wildlife this Christmas, says the Trust.
Barnes Construction has had some success in encouraging young women to consider a career in the construction sector.
The East Anglian Planning and Biodiversity Seminar sought to share the latest thinking around building design and planning that conserves natural assets and promotes healthy living.
Film-makers for the BBC’s Countryfile programme have visited Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Bradfield Woods National Nature Reserve.
Site owned by West Suffolk NHS Trust included in new proposals for 235 home development
Queen’s Swan Marker says the trend towards not feeding swans bread has led to underweight birds.
Standing ovation for naturalist after he gives talk at Snape Maltings
Alder, black poplar and crack willow to be planted along riverside
Public vote now open for this year’s Suffolk Wildlife Trust Wildlife Photography Competition.
University team is “working 18-hour days” to find out cause of spate of hare deaths.
Members of the Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) protested outside Parliament last week to demand that the Government prioritises nature friendly farming in the forthcoming Agriculture Bill.
Treatment wetlands clean water naturally and provide valuable habitat for wildlife, says company.
If you want someone to put the current concerns about coastal erosion into a geological perspective, then writer Nicholas Crane can do it as eloquently as anybody.
The lack of measures to tackle society’s biggest environmental challenges in this week’s Budget announcement has been described as “deeply worrying’ by environmentalists from the region.
A walk with fungi expert Matthew Rooney is more than just a mushroom picking mission - it’s a chance to open your eyes and learn about what’s really going on at ground level.
Geography education needs to be made a priority, so people have a greater understanding of the implications of climate change and sea level rises, broadcaster and writer Nicholas Crane has told a conference in Suffolk
An open day for Suffolk’s electric vehicle businesses helped visitors find out more about this growing sector.
Conservationists at Essex Wildlife Trust fear that myxomatosis - a disease that up until now has only impacted the rabbit population - may have jumped across to hares.
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