Tory attack on British nature

This video is called British Wildlife.

This video is called The Nature of Britain.

Britain: Green campaigners and Labour MPs accused the government today of “environmental vandalism” as a result of spending cuts which will see forests and nature reserves sold off or given away: here.

Plans to dispose of UK’s Nature Reserves in chaos: here.

Guardian: Forest of Dean protesters fight big woodland selloff: here.

Austerity Could Lead to Lost Decade: here.

4 thoughts on “Tory attack on British nature

  1. Milestone 1,000 new woods grown

    ECOLOGY: Turtle doves and cuckoos are among the threatened wildlife which have made their home in some of the 1,000 woods created in recent years by the Woodland Trust, the organisation said today.

    The trust said more than 12 million trees had been planted since the 1970s to create 26,205 acres of woodland across the UK – an area bigger than all the lakes in the Lake District put together.

    More than three million people have helped achieve the milestone of 1,000 new woodlands.


  2. Green spending defies recession

    ENVIRONMENT: Spending on green goods and services grew by almost a fifth over two years despite the economic downturn, new figures showed today.

    The “ethical market” in Britain was worth £43.2 billion in 2009 compared with £36.5 billion two years earlier, an increase of 18 per cent, according to The Co-operative Bank’s annual Ethical Consumerism Report.


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