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Environmental and Waterways groups welcome go ahead for Thames super sewer

Environmental charities and amenity groups representing over 5 million people who have been campaigning for a cleaner Thames in London have welcomed the decision of the government to go ahead with the long awaited and much needed Thames Tideway Tunnel.
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Have Your Say! Abstraction Reform Digital Dialogues Now Open.

Abstraction is one of the major issues facing the management of our waterways - and YOU can make sure that the proposed Abstraction Reforms truly are sustainable. Here's how:
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Opposition to Off Shore Fish Farming in South West England Grows

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Wild Salmon Stocks Crash - Angling and Fisheries Organisations Call for Urgent Government Action

Following official figures showing the worst estimates of salmon stocks on record, a coalition of concerned angling, fisheries and conservation groups has written to Government Fisheries Minister George Eustice and to his counterpart Edwina Hart in the Welsh Assembly Government, to demand urgent implementation of a five point action plan to halt the sharp decline in salmon stocks in England and Wales.

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New onshore licensing round opens – Joint response

The Salmon and Trout Association, National Trust, RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and The Angling Trust, earlier this year published a major review of the risks that shale gas extraction (‘fracking’) could pose in the UK and put forward ten recommendations to address these risks.

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Calling all aspiring film-makers (of any age)!

SALMON & TROUT ASSOCIATION INTRODUCES INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL FILM AWARD: "THE INVISIBLE WORLD" Leading wildlife film-makers to judge entries. £2,000 for winning entry

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