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Energy and Water communities 'must co-operate to meet global challenges' Water and energy are interdependent in more ways than not, and an increase or decrease in one will immediately affect the...
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2014/09/02 12:26
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ABOUT 80,000 cubic metres of silt has been removed from two Somerset rivers as part of a huge dredging project to help relieve flooding. The Environment Agency (EA) project has involved a fleet of...
2014/09/02 11:55
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New plan to tackle sea swimming ban threatBurnham Slipway and beach views. PLANS to avoid a potential European Union (EU) ban on swimming in the sea at Burnham are being formed following a meeting...
2014/09/02 10:21
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Environment Agency investigators are set to probe why fish keep being found dead in a popular They are due to visit Newsham Park today to look into the algae problem that is killing off the fish...
2014/09/02 09:26
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DEVON and Somerset fire crews have been tackling a barn fire in Clayhidon, Cullompton, since 4am this morning. Two fire appliance from Wellington, two fire appliances Taunton and the water carrier...
2014/09/02 08:21
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Fishermen used shovels, wheel-carts and trucks in western Mexico on Monday to pull tons of dead fish out of a lagoon that has been the scene of four fish kills this year. Authorities are...
2014/09/02 07:26
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A PROHIBITION notice has been issued on a site where hundreds of tonnes of wood have been dumped. Essex County Fire and Rescue Service fears the wood, in Hawkins Road, Colchester, is going to be set...
2014/09/01 15:13
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Last updated at 14:19, Monday, 01 September 2014 BUSINESSES say a foul smell from a Barrow waste processing site has returned, a year after the facility was temporarily closed down by...
2014/09/01 14:27
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The article in the Sussex Express (22nd August) headlined “Beach now better than ever”, reporting the repairs to, and re-opening of, Splash Point, was very heartening. All involved in the repair to...
2014/09/01 11:24
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Clean Power Properties has submitted a second planning application for the land off Moor Street, promising to address people's concerns over bad smells. It says improved air control will 'further...
2014/09/01 11:24
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A £150,000 scheme to constuct a new culvert through the rear gardens of 25 properties in Lea Vale Road in Norton will start in October. Councillor Khurshid Ahmed, cabinet member for transport, said...
2014/09/01 10:10
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Marieke Beckmann, research lead, Centre for Carbon Measurement, National Physical Laboratory provides insight into the Fugitive emissions measurements from shale gas exploitation at SMi’s 5th annual...
2014/09/01 04:56
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SINGAPORE: A total of 1,001 cleaning businesses, with a total workforce of 52,000 cleaners, have been licensed since the new cleaning business licensing regime was introduced in April, said the...
2014/08/31 18:48
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Neighbours will oppose plans for a new renewable energy plant which they fear will disrupt their lives. South Tyneside Council’s planning committee is being asked to consider an application for an...
2014/08/31 15:47
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New flood defences will be ‘destroyed’ next time heavy rainfall strikes, according to an Elstead farm owner. Surrey Wildlife Trust has carried out essential riverbank restoration work at Thundry...
2014/08/30 23:51
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Last updated at 17:02, Wednesday, 16 April 2008 MILK on a local farm in the Sellafield area has been contaminated by higher levels of radioactivity which has entered the food chain. Abnormal...
2014/08/30 06:31
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The dynamic coast - how nature in Norfolk has fought back after the storm surge of December 5Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes. Picture: ANTONY KELLY The storm surge on the night of December 5 last...
2014/08/30 04:41
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A WEIR in West Oxfordshire is believed to be one of the last in the world to use ancient techniques of managing river flow. The weir at Northmoor Lock, near Farmoor, is set to continue operating as a...
2014/08/29 17:39
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Al Ain Zoo is a member of the World Association for Zoo and Aquaria (WAZA) and is actively involved in several internationally coordinated conservation projects, working with other like-minded...
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2014/08/29 16:29
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Momodou Jaama Suwareh, Director of Inter-Sectoral Network at the National Environment Agency (NEA), has disclosed at a recently held Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) Coastal Forum meeting...
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