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Green battle lines drawn, Saltmarsh SSSI bulldozed, PLUS the professor of faith on guarding God's garden Eco Chamber

    • Business

Every week, the ENDS team enters the ECO Chamber to discuss the UK’s biggest green news stories, and take a forensic look at one of the deep-rooted environmental issues facing us today.
We want to hear from our listeners on what we can do to improve the podcast. To help us, and to be in with a chance to win £100 in John Lewis vouchers, please take part in our five-minute survey: https://www.endsreport.com/podcastsurvey
For this week’s Big Green News, the team discusses:

The green politics influencing voters and what it could mean heading into an election.A highly protected SSSI bulldozed with Natural England’s blessingAnd for the news-in-brief, we find out more about the landowner lobby chief appointed to Natural England’s board, new data confirming that UK bathing waters now rank amongst the worst in Europe for pollution and a beaver boom kicking off in east Kent. 
For our deep dive, we speak to evolutionary biologist and molecular ecologist, Professor Richard Buggs from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew about all things trees, the scourge of ash dieback disease, scientists of colour and how his Christian faith helps his science.


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Every week, the ENDS team enters the ECO Chamber to discuss the UK’s biggest green news stories, and take a forensic look at one of the deep-rooted environmental issues facing us today.
We want to hear from our listeners on what we can do to improve the podcast. To help us, and to be in with a chance to win £100 in John Lewis vouchers, please take part in our five-minute survey: https://www.endsreport.com/podcastsurvey
For this week’s Big Green News, the team discusses:

The green politics influencing voters and what it could mean heading into an election.A highly protected SSSI bulldozed with Natural England’s blessingAnd for the news-in-brief, we find out more about the landowner lobby chief appointed to Natural England’s board, new data confirming that UK bathing waters now rank amongst the worst in Europe for pollution and a beaver boom kicking off in east Kent. 
For our deep dive, we speak to evolutionary biologist and molecular ecologist, Professor Richard Buggs from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew about all things trees, the scourge of ash dieback disease, scientists of colour and how his Christian faith helps his science.


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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