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Play climate change game at Fieldays
Rod licence income benefits fisheries in Sussex and Hampshire
What causes dry lips, and how can you treat them?
“The change in forests’ carbon role is a threat to climate”
Smoke testing planned for Wingham
Water companies are main cause of microplastic pollution in UK’s rivers
New gauge on weather forecasts
Smoke testing at Taree
Yuelarbah walking track and mountain bike single track temporary closures
Wettest summer in five years – but is La Nina coming to an end?
Latest Mount Morgan Water Restrictions
Plan to improve flood and drought resilience in Severn Valley
Water guaranteed for Mount Morgan
Lone Pine to Elsham Ave leg of Southern Feeder to open soon
NSW DPI farming systems research on Liverpool Plains
New natural flood management scheme helps protect homes
Total Fire Ban for Mallee, Wimmera, Northern Country, North Central, North East, and East Gippsland on
Renewal works for Fincher Street
Why flies are particularly annoying this summer
Residents urged to be mindful of water use
Microbes and plants: A dynamic duo
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
Predicted Summer Mosquito Population Boom Could Mean Increased Disease
Chance of floods and fires for summer ahead
Summer Climate Summary: Floods and some fires forecast for summer ahead
Mount Morgan Level 5 Water Restrictions to commence on
EPA fines Sydney Water $30,000 for sewage overflows
Level 1 water restrictions implemented
Cambridgeshire company fined over £7000 for abstraction crime
Global food prices continue rising in October
New research strengthens evidence for climate change increasing risk of wildfires
Best ‘spring flush’ in three seasons for Australian dairy
Dying fig to be removed because of safety risk
Crews step up pot-hole repairs after recent wet weather
Building Bridges Through Shoalhaven Bushfire Recovery Effort
Staying fire-smart in era of COVID
Oval upgrades at Willoughby Park and Bales Park
Green energy to help fish suffering effects of dry weather
Another $2.2 million in grants for road upgrades in Byron Shire
New tips to protect macadamia production
National Drought Group – July 2020 statement
Fish rescued as Peak District river dries up
A sweeter outlook for global sugar markets
Developing drought in Cam and Ely Ouse catchment
Council postpones scheduled escarpment park prescribed burns
National Drought Group – June 2020 statement
Importance of disclosure in climate emergency
Scientists record sunniest spring on record