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The eco travel guide to Wales

Hannah Corr

13th October, 2011

Forget what you’ve heard about sheep and male voice choirs, says Hannah Corr. There’s a whole lot more to Wales than that more...
Joey Tabone

CAMPAIGN HERO: Joey Tabone, Chief Executive of the Prince of Wales's charity Start

Matilda Lee

12th August, 2011

The new head of the Prince's green living charity speaks to the Ecologist about ways of engaging individuals and the benefits of corporate partnerships more...
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The Ecologist October 1971: The extinction of whales?

The Ecologist

17th October, 2011

Forty years ago this month, Scott McVay predicted the impending extinction of many species of whales. Does the threat remain today, or has the battle been won? more...

Revealed: UK fish and chips linked to Icelandic whale slaughter

Tom Levitt

11th July, 2011

British diners could unwittingly be supporting Iceland's whale hunt as a major UK fish wholesaler continues to source seafood from an Icelandic company linked to the killing of endangered fin whales more...
The Yurt Farm

Hotel review: The Yurt Farm

Jemima Roberts

23rd June, 2011

The picturesque setting, homely atmosphere and friendly owners proved a hit with Jemima Roberts during her stay at The Yurt Farm near Tregaron in mid-Wales more...
glamping

Top 10…British glamping trips

Jeff Holman

6th May, 2011

Planning a staycation this summer? With everything from gypsy caravans to forest hideaways available, glamping takes the hard work out of camping. Jeff Holman rounds up 10 of the best more...
Ecologist June 2007

Silenced witness

Jon Hughes

30th November, 2007

Following last month's exclusive Ecologist investigation, Burying the truth, the Douglas Gowan story continues... more...
Ecologist November 2007

Brofiscin: Environment Agency shoots the messenger

Jon Hughes

7th November, 2007

Prominent critics of the failure of Environment Agency Wales (EAW) to pursue the UK’s interests against Monsanto in the US Bankruptcy Court have come under extraordinary attack over the past 10 days. more...

Forget Nori: Laverbread is the seaweed to savour

The Ecologist

14th February, 2011

Parsons Pickles' Welsh laverbread might not look particularly promising but it does pack a seriously nutritious punch more...
Offshore wind power

Welsh renewable energy plans 'stymied' by Westminster

Ecologist

7th February, 2011

Welsh environment secretary Jane Davidson says approval for renewable power projects is being unnecessarily delayed, and indicates Welsh Assembly would support a replacement nuclear facility at Anglesey more...
Jane Davidson

Jane Davidson: Westminster is holding back Wales's renewable energy ambitions

Tom Levitt

7th February, 2011

In an exclusive interview Welsh environment minister Jane Davidson tells Tom Levitt why she won't be opposing new nuclear power or selling off any forests... and why she wants to end Westminister's control over renewable energy more...
Gray whales

Russia's ambitions for oil off Sakhalin Island could wipe out whale species

Katharine Helmore

18th January 2011

The Western North Pacific gray whale is under threat of extinction, say WWF, as Russia plans a third oil platform off Sakhalin Island more...

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COP16: Cancun - Colonialism by the sea

Polly Higgins

16th December, 2010

Corporate and complicit, says Polly Higgins as she surveys the luxury accommodation enjoyed by high-flyers at the latest climate conference more...

Warning over contaminated whale meat as Faroe Islands' killing continues

Vi Nguyen

26th November, 2010

Faroese government accused of ignoring scientific evidence over safety of whale meat as record number of pilot whales are slaughtered more...

PHOTO GALLERY: Migratory animals and birds face a new battle for survival

Eifion Rees

26th October, 2010

Some of nature's most majestic creatures are migratory, but their future in a changing world is far from certain, as a stunning new book of photographs makes clear more...

Harmony: A new way of looking at our world

Jemima Roberts

21st October, 2010

Prince Charles's new book reacquaints us with a sense of our collective spirit, a place that has become increasingly remote from our digitally 'enhanced' worldview, says Jemima Roberts more...
Helen Iles

Undercurrents: the campaign film pioneers still setting the agenda

Eifion Rees

5th October, 2010

Eifion Rees reports on the video journalists producing environmental and social justice films that influence public opinion - and consistently get closer to the issues than the mainstream media more...
Do Lectures

The Do Lectures: a Glastonbury for the mind

Jaswinder Kaur

27th August, 2009

Once a year in rural Wales twenty 'doers' assemble in a small tent and tell their stories. The aim is to inspire the rest of us to go and do something positive. more...
The Cove

Japanese dolphin hunt resumes

Ecologist

10th September, 2009

Whale and dolphin cull exposed in new documentary film continues despite worldwide protests more...
Pembrokeshire college

Welsh construction centre leads field in sustainability

Eifion Rees

16th July, 2009

The new Construction and Sustainable Energy Centre in Haverfordwest is a blueprint for the newbuild higher education buildings of the future, in Wales and beyond more...
A field of wheat

Wales consults on tighter GM contamination laws

Ecologist

7th July, 2009

A consultation by the Welsh Assembly Government proposes more stringent measures to protect Wales's farmers from the threat of cross-contamination by GM crops more...
Workmen install a solar panel on a roof

Cutting council emissions could create 70,000 green jobs

Ecologist

25th June, 2009

A drive to persuade county councils to cut their carbon dioxide emissions by 40 per cent by 2020 could result in as many as 70,000 green jobs, new research reveals more...
A fishing trawler with nets

Abandoned fishing gear wreaks havoc at sea

Ecologist

19th June, 2009

Fish and other sea mammals are paying a heavy price for the tonnes of lost or abandoned fishing gear in our oceans more...
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WWF-UK wins funding halt to Sakhalin II oil and gas pipeline

News

6th March, 2008

Lobbying by WWF UK to protect Arctic wilderness from a £11bn ($22bn) oil and gas project that threatened the Western Gray Whale with extinction has been successful after the UK and US governments withdrew backing. more...
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Britain to build world's biggest biomass plant

News

22nd November, 2007

The Government has given the go-ahead for the biggest biomass plant in the world to be built on the South coast of Wales. more...

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