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The campaign to save England's Forests from the Governments plans for a sell-off

Discussion in 'Science' started by durgamata, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    You may have seen the article I had in my resources about the governments plan (and pledge) to sell off many if not all of England's forests. There have been a lot more articles recently - front page on the Telegraph today - so I have added some more articles, comments and info about this important subject.
    I guess in Science it is related to Biology and the environment.

    perhaps we can link our schools with the local 'stop the sell-off' campaign.
    nice activity for cross curricular work, too
     
  2. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    You may have seen the article I had in my resources about the governments plan (and pledge) to sell off many if not all of England's forests. There have been a lot more articles recently - front page on the Telegraph today - so I have added some more articles, comments and info about this important subject.
    I guess in Science it is related to Biology and the environment.

    perhaps we can link our schools with the local 'stop the sell-off' campaign.
    nice activity for cross curricular work, too
     

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