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How bird-watching helped me with winter blues

Taking time out in nature helps us become more grounded, more present in the moment so much so that we forget the stress of our daily lives, the worries and uncertainty about the future, or the sadness that might affect us.


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Why CPRE is joining the climate action on 20 September

CPRE is backing the climate action taking place on Friday 20 September.


A free pass for buses?

A free pass for buses?

Among all the political chaos the Chancellor has just announced a significant investment in Britain’s buses. But what does this mean for rural services?


Young environmentalists with Hilary McGrady, Director-General of the National Trust and Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State at Countryfile Live.

The young voices speaking up for our environment

One of the most valuable things about being on the graduate programme at CPRE is the opportunity to be present at some big occasions, and hear what key decision makers have to say for themselves. One of my favourite events this year was August’s BBC Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, when the National Trust invited me to take part as one of several young ambassadors for the environment.



Reversing the loss of biodiversity - what does it mean for the countryside?

Reversing the loss of biodiversity - what does it mean for the countryside?

If we continue with business as usual, 1 million species will be eradicated from the…

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