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Pupils at Clare Community Primary School pen lyrics to 'The Extinction Will Not Be Televised'.
Wildlife experts from the region say research into the effects of gamebirds is required.
An event held in Suffolk this week sought to encourage house builders and construction firms to factor nature into their plans from the start.
The Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre has taken delivery of two state-of-the-art 3D printers and wants to work with local companies to see how this cutting edge technology can help their business.
East Anglia could be set for a bumper summer of painted lady butterflies - a phenomenon that takes place around once a decade, according to experts.
Creating the Greenest County Awards seek to recognise those doing good for the environment in Suffolk.
Suffolk Naturalists' Society event to be held at the University of Suffolk on Ipswich Waterfront this summer
Thanks to the efforts of staff, Sudbury precision engineering firm C.Rayment has come back from the brink and is now growing again.
Craig Williamson of Barn Farm Drinks offers some advice to his younger self
In an industry first, Anglian Water and Essex & Suffolk Water have come together to organise an event aimed at developing solutions to some of the key challenges facing society.
HR specialist Carole Burman ponders this month's conundrum.
Stowmarket wood chipper maker Timberwolf has doubled the size of the business and expanded into Europe in recent years, leading to it being named Suffolk's Business of the Year earlier this month.
Fracking, a third runway at Heathrow and road building programme contradict emissions-cutting pledge, say climate scientist and environmentalist from the region.
The Environment Agency's operations manager for Norfolk and Suffolk, Graham Verrier, was among a team from the region to help out after floods hit Lincolnshire last month.
A Suffolk digital marketing agency is supporting homeless people in the county and has made a £5,000 donation to get The Bus Shelter, Ipswich's outreach bus, on the road.
Efforts to plant and nurture wild flower areas across Ipswich's open spaces have been rewarded with a riot of colour and insects aplenty, especially at Landseer Park.
Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, Lord Deben, advocates eating less and 'better meat'
Balancing the needs of the economy and the environment a priority for Transport East
By working together farmers will have more opportunities to improve the rural environment on a landscape scale, according to CPRE speaker.
Delegates due to meet at a national environmental conference in north Essex next week are expected to make a "milestone" commitment to improving conditions for wildlife and the climate crisis.
Walkers get their passport stamped at local businesses as they make their way.
The organisers behind an exciting new environmental festival being held in Aldeburgh hope to give young people the skills to run the event themselves in years to come.
Video footage from animal rights group shows workers kicking and throwing baby chicks and birds left to suffer and die.
Cuckoos fitted with tracking devices are part of a project to discover if the hazards they face on their 5,000-mile migration journey are related to their drastic population crash.
Carlton Marshes scheme on shortlist along with projects from the New Forest, Yorkshire Dales and Peak District
A coalition of scientists, conservationists and fishermen are working together to restore the UK's largest protected area for native oysters.
Around 50 people are expected to take part a naked bike ride around Ipswich on July 6 after the event was given the official go-ahead by council bosses.
Experts give their views on the new invasive species that have the best chance of establishing themselves in our region.
A new book offers an insight into how many non-native species - from rabbits to rhododendrons, mink to muntjac - have become established
on our shores. Ross Bentley talks to author Dan Eatherley about his latest work.
OFTEC recommends thousands of homeowners in East Anglia who use heating oil to warm their homes should consider a new fuel made from food waste as a low carbon alternative.
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