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Archive For March 29, 2020

Air pollution in Cambs has dropped by a third since coronavirus outbreak

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Less cars on the road mean fewer emissions – and it’s having a great impact on Cambs’ air quality

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Pablo Salas – Bovine Sustainability and Climate Change: What Prospects?

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Crews across Fenland receive appreciation for going above and beyond during coronavirus pandemic

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Waste and recycling crews across Fenland who have gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic have been inundated with well wishes for their efforts.

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Thanks paid to Fenland’s refuse crews

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Well wishes and thanks have been paid to Fenland District Council’s waste and recycling crews as they go above and beyond during the coronavirus crisis.

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XR installs 100 bird boxes in central Cambridge

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Climate change group encourages diversity in city

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Bin collections to continue for East Suffolk residents

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Bin collections will continue as normal for residents in Waveney, despite waste and recycling centres being closed due to Coronavirus.

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All of Norfolk’s recycling centres to shut – and park and ride sites to close

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Recycling centres across Norfolk will soon close their doors for the final time for the forseeable future, as people are urged to stay indoors amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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Climate change drives poleward increases and equatorward declines in marine species

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Council asked to object to plans to dual A47 over ‘shocking’ emission data

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A Norfolk councillor has spoken out against government plans to dual the A47 and highlighted the county’s “shocking” rate of carbon emissions from transport.

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Taxpayers to save money with joint waste collection council contract

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Breckland Council, North Norfolk Council and King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council have shared a contract for waste and recycling with company Serco.

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