Conservation & Ecology (Page 3)


Golf's carbon footprint

When it comes to environmentally friendly golf, those of us who are enthusiastically incompetent at this grand game are well ahead of the curve. Let’s...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 21/1/22


Big Garden Birdwatch

Do you have bird feeders on your golf course? Or somewhere you regularly see birds on the golf course? The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch takes place on 28...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 14/1/22


Carnoustie are winners

On Tuesday 30th November 2021, the eighth annual IAGTO Sustainability Award winners were announced and Carnoustie Golf Links were extremely proud to receive...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 1/12/21

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Fuelling a cleaner campus

As part of an active campaign to reduce their impact on the environment, the grounds department at Chester University have recently made the switch to...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 26/11/21

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A Jubilee Partner

Agrovista Amenity is proud to announce that it has joined The Tree Council as a Jubilee Partner

in Conservation & Ecology - on 23/11/21


We're fighting every year

There have been fresh calls for flood prevention work after Garmouth suffered more disruption following heavy rainfall earlier this month

in Conservation & Ecology - on 18/11/21


Climate change

Our attentions are being gripped by the media hype that is now heavily focused on what ‘may or may not result’. Many of us still need some convincing...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 9/11/21


Grant for butterflies

A golf club that straddles the English and Welsh border outside Oswestry has been given a huge grant to safeguard rare species of butterfly and limestone...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 25/10/21


Embracing Sustainability

GEO Foundation for Sustainable Golf has launched a range of new and upgraded resources designed to help golf embrace sustainability and climate action...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 26/9/21

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Framing ‘wild’ verges

As seven out of ten councils make efforts to encourage wildflowers on road verges*, Alastair Rowell, UK sales manager for turfcare equipment at Reesink...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 9/9/21

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Restoration Man

Golf courses are often portrayed as ecological green deserts devoid of biodiversity and despoiling the countryside. But, high on the Surrey hills, Effingham...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 20/8/21


GEA Awards 2022

Golf is enjoyed by millions across the globe, and there are now more than 30,000 golf courses worldwide, each having an increasingly important part to...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 29/6/21

Pollen-Sized Pills Promise to Protect Bees Exposed to Pesticides

Promise to Protect Bees

The new technological solution developed for one type of pesticide could soon expand to others.

in Conservation & Ecology - on 27/6/21

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Aviation history restored

A unique piece of World War II aviation history in Portstewart has been restored thanks to a group of dedicated community volunteers.

in Conservation & Ecology - on 12/6/21


BBC Big Bee Challenge

Radio 2 was buzzing with excitement as Zoe Ball announced Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge - a brand new initiative to shine a light on the plight of our...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 8/6/21

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Gator keeps coast clean

A John Deere Gator utility vehicle supplied by dealer Seamus Weldon Groundcare Equipment to Ireland’s largest Clean Coasts group is adding extra muscle...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 3/6/21

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DLF aid Wildheart

Providing a new home, rest and rehabilitation for rescued animals from across the globe, the Wildheart Animal Sanctuary (formally the Isle of Wight Zoo)...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 21/5/21

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Hitting net zero

Natural England study reviews carbon storage impact from England’s habitats, including native woodlands, saltmarshes, grasslands, heathlands and...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 16/5/21


Ageas Bowl killers!

Thousands of honeybees were killed when vandals broke apart a hive and sprayed it with paint, a beekeeper has said

in Conservation & Ecology - on 7/5/21

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Carbon neutrality race

Sentosa Golf Club, regarded as one of the world’s most sustainable sporting venues, has today announced a commitment to become the world’s first ever...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 1/5/21