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From global to local - the world map of light pollution

From global to local - the world map of light pollution

Despite the cold the longer nights lead many people’s eyes to be drawn upwards as those clear skies dominate our daily lives more. And what you see when you look up, very much depends on levels of light pollution in your area. We’ve definitely made some progress this year in England with Bodmin Moor awarded dark sky landscape status back in July, and we were thrilled to hear that CPRE’s light pollution maps had helped with that.

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Mark Robinson (centre) in Bonn, canvassing opinions on climate change and economic growth.

A collective threat to our global countryside

A look back at a mixed first week of the international climate talks in Bonn.

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Across from Win Green in the Cranborne Chase AONB

An outrageous national betrayal?

CPRE’s latest research reveals that we are losing great chunks of England’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Wetter winters and warmer summers are already damaging many treasured heritage sites such as the Birling Gap in East Sussex.

Clean Growth and the countryside

Climate change is destabilising livelihoods across many industries and communities in the UK as homes are flooded, crops fail, and entire settlements are slowly reclaimed by the sea. Increasing numbers of people are now talking about the changing weather as a lived experience.

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Clean Growth and the countryside

Clean Growth and the countryside

Climate change is destabilising livelihoods across many industries and communities in the UK as homes…

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