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Johnson's countryside challenge

Johnson's countryside challenge

A look at Theresa May's legacy, and the challenges facing Boris Johnson

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The Time Is Now - what happened?

The Time Is Now - what happened?

On 26 June, CPRE supporters were among an estimated 12,000 people who came from all over the United Kingdom to call for political action on the climate emergency facing our environment.

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Reversing the loss of biodiversity - what does it mean for the countryside?

Nature loss - can we stop it?

The biggest driver of biodiversity loss is ‘land-use change’: specifically, converting and managing wild land for agriculture and development. Agriculture in particular has had the largest impact on ecosystems that people depend on for food, clean water and a stable climate.

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Calling all graduates...

Calling all graduates...

For the past three years, CPRE has run an annual graduate scheme, employing three recent graduates for 12 months at the beginning of their career.

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If we love British food, we have to support the small farms that make it great

If we love British food, we have to support the small farms that make it great

From Yorkshire puddings to Cumberland sausage to Devonshire cream, British Food Fortnight is a celebration…

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