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29 January 2018
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3,000 plants to make corridors of power for nature

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Help build wildlife corridors by one of Britain’s most unusual nature reserves – by taking part in a Hedge Planting Event at our own […]


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When it comes to protecting nature, we want Christians to be heard

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Can land be managed to respect the needs of nature, the landowner and the community? We think so. REVERSE DECLINE Demonstrating to both landowners […]


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Eco Church Conference offers snacks that hack the system

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It’s such a wholesome programme, even the meals have meaning at this year’s first Eco Church Conference. The Real Junk Food Project Leicester is […]


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Get ready to return to nature

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As part of our mission to mobilise Christians and churches to care for the natural world, we’re launching a new programme! That’s because fewer […]


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Comment: Big vision, now let’s see bold policies

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Finally, the Government has launched its much delayed 25-year plan, A Greener Future. A Rocha UK has called frequently for much greater Government vision to protect and restore the UK’s environment. Backed by the Prime Minister’s desire that we should be the first generation to leave the environment in a better state than we found it, the 25-year plan provides an exciting vision. A Rocha UK welcomes that.

The vision includes, among a long list of positive aims, an end to all avoidable plastic waste by 2042, creation of 500,000 hectares of new wildlife habitat, designation of new marine conservation zones by July 2019, and intentions to change farming practice and subsidies to reward good stewardship of nature.

But the plan is hollow when it comes to concrete policies. The only firm commitment is to impose a plastic bag charge on small shops in England – something Scotland and Wales already do! Its response to a slew of critical issues where bold action is needed now, is simply that the Government will consult.


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