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Natural World

Natural world articles explore the wonders and complexities of the natural world, from the smallest microorganisms to the largest ecosystems. These articles cover a wide range of topics related to nature, such as biodiversity, climate change, wildlife conservation, and environmental sustainability.

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Print and paper myths

When it comes to the sustainability of Print and Paper, it is important to separate the Facts from the Myths. The European paper industry is a world leader when it


Back garden birdwatching

Share your garden bird sightings to contribute to a national survey. Here’s how… This spring we have spent a lot of our time in our homes and gardens and so,

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Ladybirds: one of our greatest allies

The UK has only 50% of its biodiversity left, and England has even less, at 47%!               Our insect population has declined by 60% in the last 20 years. Every small

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Prepping insects for winter

In autumn the garden is seeming less appealing, but there are still vital steps we must take to help the insects and wildlife before we stop for our long winters


Know your garden friends

Charles Darwin, 1809, the man behind the theory of evolution, called them, “natures plough”, and spent his later years studying these creatures. He wrote a book about them, a best

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The power of leaves

Think of a world before man came along! Think of the trees and plants…no artificial fertilisers then, so how did trees and plants grow and grow, and not run out

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England’s insects

A recent study has revealed that England’s insect population has declined by around 65% in the last 20 years. We really need our insects, they pollinate our food, clear up dead

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Save the planet: plant a tree

Unless we understand WHY we should plant a tree, will we actually do it?  Probably not…too busy…. need to be convinced! SO…there are about 23 million gardens in the UK,

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The time to act is now

Sometimes we need to take stock. We need to remind ourselves why we must act …. We hear so much about climate change, the articles, programmes and nightly news shots

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