Monday, 29 March 2010

Friday, 26 March 2010

Earth Hour



Earth Hour is a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) global publicity initiative that aims to demonstrate support for action to avoid climate change. For the fourth year running, WWF is campaigning to get organisations, major landmarks, communities and individuals to turn out their lights for one hour from 8.30 pm on Saturday 27 March.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Penglais Woods



Parc Natur Penglais/Penglais Woods is a designated Local Nature Reserve managed by Ceredigion County Council and local residents. It is a popular spot to visit but please be aware that the lighting of fires on the reserve is not allowed as this causes damage to vegetation and is a fire hazard. Timber stacks on the woodland floor are recent tree fellings and have been left as habitat piles. This work is part of the site’s ongoing woodland management programme to encourage natural regeneration.

Thursday, 11 March 2010

Penparcau Is Green Day


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Penparcau Is Green Day
Saturday 20th March, 10-7pm
Ysgol Llwyn Yr Eos, Penparcau, Aberystwyth - Intergrated Children’s Campus

Sunday, 7 March 2010

Save the badger



This news is probably too late for most people, but there is a 'Save The Badger' rally at 12pm tomorrow afternoon (Monday 8th March), Welsh Assembly Building, Cardiff Bay. Help to stop the slaughter!

More information on the Save The Badger site, and also on the Viva! site.

Saturday, 6 March 2010

New wildlife walks


[Image by Michael Jastremski]

A new series of walks to explore the beautiful wildlife of our area is on offer in March. To take part, call Chloe Griffiths on 07966 018 062 (Mon to Wed only), or email her, or just turn up on the day. The walks will leave promptly at 3pm so please arrive a little earlier. Feel free to bring your camera.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Population versus the environment



"The UK population reached 61.4 million in mid-2008, having grown 408,000 in the previous year. More than two million people have been added to the UK population in the last seven years, and our numbers have increased by more than a fifth since 1950 - in less than a lifetime, in one of the most densely populated countries in the world." Optimum Population Trust