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March saw beavers reintroduced, plans for a Nature Summit announced and a landmark decision by Suffolk County Council.

Volunteers are being sought to learn the art of composting this spring before going out and sharing their new-found knowledge with members of the public.

Residents in one Ipswich street have come together to provide much-needed accommodation for a threatened bird species.

Nature reserve’s European designation dependant on impact from nuclear plant being adequately mitigated, RSPB reveals.

Suffolk Market Events is launching three new farmers markets this year, helping to bring scores of local producers face-to-face with customers and re-energising town centres.

Environmental campaigners are urging people to “bare as you dare” for a naked cycle ride around Suffolk’s county town this summer.

Overwhelming agreement to work towards cutting greenhouse gas emissions with the aim of the council becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

Sackers in Great Blakenham has gone global and is feeding the demand for copper and steel from India and China.

People urged to help build a vision for a wilder Suffolk at summer event.

Companies speak about how they have expanded after winning contracts relating to ScottishPowerRenewables’ East Anglia ONE offshore wind scheme.

Anglian Water is searching for the next generation of young engineers who are looking for a chance to earn and learn, whilst gaining a qualification.

Residential director with East Anglian property company Savills, Mark Oliver, offers advice drawn from his years in business.

The little tern is one of the UK’s rarest seabirds having suffered a serious decline in numbers over the past 30 years.

What are the latest consumer technology innovations heading our way?

Suffolk’s Creating the Greenest County Awards will be held this summer for the first time in three years.

New facility at Ipswich property will have five double treatments rooms for massage and other forms of pampering.

Holiday cottage provider Suffolk Secrets sees short-break bookings soar 58% year-on-year.

Extinction Rebellion groups aim to use non-violent direct action to raise awareness of the pending “climate emergency”.

Suffolk’s Sackers Waste Recycling wants to promote sustainable use of resources to schoolchildren ahead of World Recycling Day.

Nature photographers are being urged to take pictures that best sum up what the value of East Anglia’s natural environment means to them.

Forward-thinking organisations understand that there is a real world outside the office walls and that businesses have a role to play in improving the world.

Over 120 walks being held throughout the month-long May event uncovering Suffolk’s hidden treasures and touching every corner of the county.

Ipswich is home to more species of wildlife than any other major town or city in the East of England, a new study has revealed.

Dormice, hedgehogs, butterflies and bumble bees among species affected by unseasonable temperatures.

Eastern Savings and Loans receives money from Lloyds Banking Group’s Credit Union Development Fund.

The southern small white is heading our way from Europe, says Suffolk’s butterfly recorder.

The recent spate of fine weather has resulted in a flurry of early sightings of butterflies across Suffolk.

The East of England Co-op has launched a campaign with Ipswich Borough Council aimed to addressing the biggest contributors to recycling contamination.

Royal Horticultural Society says last summer’s heatwave and the mild winter mean floral scents are extra potent.

East Anglian law firm gives legal advice relating to a major deal in the UK and European outside broadcasting market.

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