How Devon is leading the way in conserving and improving the natural world By John Varley, CEO, Clinton Devon Estates Imagine for a moment the news agenda without Covid-19… If…
The Lower Otter Restoration Project featured at the Gobeshona Conference on Locally Led Adaptation Action, as an example of how Britain is adapting to the climate crisis.
A landscape-scale project to address the impact of climate change by returning a Devon estuary and flood plain to a more natural condition has been supported by councillors.
Plans to help ensure a smooth transition to a low-carbon electricity supply have been given the green light. Proposals for a reserve energy plant at Liverton 2 Business Park in Exmouth to provide…
Darren Roberts Esq Principal Planning Officer - Central Team East Devon District Council Blackdown House Border Road Heathpark Industrial Estate Honiton EX14…
A ground-breaking project to help the lower Otter Valley adapt to climate change and create an internationally important wildlife reserve has been submitted to planners. If approved, the Lower…
The discovery of discarded tins, plastic, glass and even a container of engine oil on the Otter Estuary in East Devon, has prompted calls for visitors to take their rubbish home with them and help…
Visitors to Woodbury Common near Exeter, and the wider East Devon Pebblebed Heaths (EDPH), now have until the end of September to submit favourite photographs to ‘The Heaths and Me’ project, to…
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