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Tories to cut Environment, Food and Rural Affairs budget by £83m! Defra says it plans to makes savings through efficiencies and cuts to "low-priority" programmes. It already plans to scrap a research programme on urban seagulls, which will save £250,000.

Tories to cut Environment, Food and Rural Affairs budget by £83m! Defra says it plans to makes savings through efficiencies and cuts to "low-priority" programmes. It already plans to scrap a research programme on urban seagulls, which will save £250,000.

Save the Reef - Greenpeace. The Australian government has pimped its ecology to big money. It has given the green light to a coal mining operation to dump its waste into the Great Barrier Reef.

Save the Reef - Greenpeace. The Australian government has pimped its ecology to big money. It has given the green light to a coal mining operation to dump its waste into the Great Barrier Reef.

APRIL continues with forest destruction despite new sustainability policies | Greenpeace International

APRIL continues with forest destruction despite new sustainability policies

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Four UK bird species including puffins 'face extinction'

A: So could plastic pollution harm human health? A: "....anyone consuming an average amount of seafood would ingest about 11,000 plastic particles a year."

Plastic oceans: What do we know?

A: So could plastic pollution harm human health? A: "....anyone consuming an average amount of seafood would ingest about 11,000 plastic particles a year."

Tories plan to cut Transport budget by £545m. The Department of Transport says it expects to make a significant amount of the cuts to its budget for this year through cuts to Transport for London's budget and underspends on cycling and regional air links. About £345m is expected to be raised by selling off land around Kings Cross station.

Spending cuts: Department by department

Tories plan to cut Transport budget by £545m. The Department of Transport says it expects to make a significant amount of the cuts to its budget for this year through cuts to Transport for London's budget and underspends on cycling and regional air links. About £345m is expected to be raised by selling off land around Kings Cross station.

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