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Plant hunters have a bad name for over-exploiting some species, but conservation needs them
Drought-hit South African city risks becoming world’s first big metropolis to go dry
UK monarch is Duchy of Lancaster’s beneficiary but does not control its investments
The tools give teachers a resource to engage pupils in developing their technical skills
An ethnobotanic project in Oaxaca preserves native species and celebrates the region’s biodiversity
From Shaun Spiers and others.
Your guide to greener beans
The first in a series on the future of the British countryside looks at changes in agriculture and what these mean for the landscape
Unesco heritage site Lord Howe to drop 42 tonnes of poisoned grains from helicopters
From Alex Hogg, Chairman, Scottish Gamekeepers Association
The Glorious Twelfth marks the start of the season. But can this aristocratic sport survive the rising dispute over its future?
Farmers and environmentalists clash as wolves threaten the peace of Alpine pastures
Conserving old and unusual varieties assists genetic diversity and safeguards living heirlooms
One couple’s garden at Chelsea Flower Show demonstrates plants and cultivation methods to deal with extreme weather
Campaigners raise the alarm on ‘greenwashing’
From a magical honeymoon destination to a favourite Hollywood haunt
A much-anticipated island resort hopes to pioneer a new type of indulgent but adventurous beach break
‘Rewilding’ campaigners also hope for lynx and wolf to roam the countryside once more
About 200 bats a month are killed in the UK, official study finds
Cost of maintaining historic buildings stretches finances as attendance declines
Campaigners seek ban on driven shoots while supporters stress environmental benefits
As tourists continue to pursue animal sightings, are other types of conservation being overlooked?
From Melanie Leech, Dr Diana Montgomery et al.
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