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Biosecurity gaps led to 36 invasive species entering Australia since 2000

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Invasive Species Council says Australia has not heeded lessons from decision to introduce cane toad in Queensland in 1935

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MPs vote overwhelmingly to halt badger cull in England

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Non-binding motion stating that pilot culls have ‘decisively failed’ is passed by 219 votes to one . . . → Read More: MPs vote overwhelmingly to halt badger cull in England

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Sweet chestnut blight – the latest threat to Britain’s trees

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The government is hoping to protect the UK’s trees from the many life-threatening diseases and insects that are making their way into Britain. But is there really anything we can do? . . . → Read More: Sweet chestnut blight – the latest threat to Britain’s trees

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Oak trees at risk as caterpillar peril spreads in south of England

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Caterpillar of oak processionary moth, which devastates oaks and causes skin rashes, has taken hold in London . . . → Read More: Oak trees at risk as caterpillar peril spreads in south of England

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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 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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Scots pine could be next casualty of a ‘tidal wave’ of tree diseases

Threat to British trees ‘terrifying’, say experts, as fears grow over continental pathogens . . . → Read More: Scots pine could be next casualty of a ‘tidal wave’ of tree diseases

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Badger cull postponed until 2013

Government remains ‘absolutely committed’ to cull, which will now take place next summer, Owen Paterson tells Commons . . . → Read More: Badger cull postponed until 2013

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Badger cull: government accused of failing to properly seek alternatives

Scientist John Bourne, who led landmark 10-year cull says it is cattle that spread TB through the country, not badgers . . . → Read More: Badger cull: government accused of failing to properly seek alternatives

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