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Ash dieback: infected nurseries removed from official map

Full facts of disease are being hidden from public, say critics, as nurseries hit by deadly fungus complain about being identified . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: infected nurseries removed from official map

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Ash dieback: progress at last, but more must be done to protect our forests

Though ministers finally seem to have begun listening to scientists, strengthening biosecurity demands investment . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: progress at last, but more must be done to protect our forests

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Ash dieback: progress at last, but more must be done to protect our forests

Though ministers finally seem to have begun listening to scientists, strengthening biosecurity demands investment . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: progress at last, but more must be done to protect our forests

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Ash dieback: lack of plant scientists blamed for slow response

Government scientists bemoan lack of resources to environment committee, and say border controls on pests are ineffective . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: lack of plant scientists blamed for slow response

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Ash dieback infection sites have doubled within a month, figures show

The number of sites infected by deadly fungus reaches 291 as environment secretary unveils national control plan . . . → Read More: Ash dieback infection sites have doubled within a month, figures show

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Ash dieback highlights the increasing vulnerability of our flora and fauna

Current levels of international trade and imports means Britain needs to be more aware of the potential for environmental damage . . . → Read More: Ash dieback highlights the increasing vulnerability of our flora and fauna

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Ethical living: could felled ash trees be a source of green power?

Can’t the environmental disaster of diseased ash trees be turned into clean power? Across the country the trees could be felled and burned to be used as a free source of zero-carbon power? . . . → Read More: Ethical living: could felled ash trees be a source of green power?

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Ash dieback: Disease will be ‘impossible to eradicate’

Environment secretary says disease cannot be halted but hopes rest on breeding genetically resistant trees . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: Disease will be ‘impossible to eradicate’

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Ash dieback: number of affected counties doubles

Defra has confirmed outbreaks of the deadly tree disease in the wild in six new English counties . . . → Read More: Ash dieback: number of affected counties doubles

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Forests, phone masts, roads: how our leaders scorn the countryside

Successive governments have done next to nothing to halt the erosion of our countryside . . . → Read More: Forests, phone masts, roads: how our leaders scorn the countryside

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