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RSPB asks wildlife lovers to step-up their bird feeding now cold weather is here

With sub zero temperatures suddenly upon us, the RSPB is advising people to make sure their bird feeders and tables are full of high energy foods.

Harrier deaths renew calls for continued windfarm monitoring

RSPB Scotland has today ( 21st December 2012) confirmed that an adult male hen harrier was found dead at a Perthshire wind farm, with a second bird found injured three weeks later.

An Energy Bill that's good for the planet, please

The RSPB welcomes Government's promise that new Energy Bill will be 'good for the planet', but wants urgent action.

Government failing in ambition to be 'greenest ever'

The Coalition Government is failing on its own commitments to Britain's natural environment: that's the public's view from a survey organised by Wildlife and Countryside Link (Link), a coalition of 39 leading environmental charities.

RSPB Scotland welcomes findings of Parliamentary inquiry into renewables

The Scottish Parliament's Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee has today published the findings of its inquiry into Scotland's renewable energy targets.

Conservative MP in 'a spin' over wind turbine comments

Chris Heaton-Harris MP is 'clearly in a spin' over windfarms after he was filmed covertly by Greenpeace.

Electricity from trees 'dirtier than coal'

Burning whole trees in power stations can be dirtier than coal, a new report by environmental NGOs (1) concludes.

Electricity from trees 'dirtier than coal'

Burning whole trees in power stations can be dirtier than coal, concludes a new report by the RSPB and partners.

TV dragon, businesses and charities unite in hard hat call for Cameron to back greener economy

As energy tariffs hit front page news, TV Dragon Deborah Meaden and around 250 representatives from renewable energy companies, trade associations, environment and development charities, the National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) and faith groups lined up outside the Treasury in a united call on David Cameron to step in, green our electricity, and get all parts of his Government to start taking the green economy seriously.


The RSPB supports the NI Executive in meeting its renewable energy objectives and believes that this will contribute to the energy revolution required to rise to the challenge of climate change. We believe that this revolution should take place in a way that is compatible with the natural environment.

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