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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Farm payments fail to pay for public access

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02/12/2021

The BMC is disappointment as the latest Government announcement outlining details of the new Environmental Land Management scheme (ELM) under which farmers can receive payment in return for providing ‘public goods’. Despite early reassurances by Ministers, it appears that improvements to public access to nature are being quietly dismissed.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Wild Horizons Podcast: John Dalrymple on the Simonside Hills

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25/11/2021

In this latest instalment of Wild Horizons podcast, we travel to Northumberland in the company of John Dalrymple to visit his favourite local upland, the Simonside Hills. The Simonsides are an open expanse of upland just south of the town of Rothbury. Think heather-clad rolling hills, small sandstone outcrops and big skies and you won’t go far wrong.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Campaign for National Parks calls for greater action to protect peatlands

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25/11/2021

Much greater priority should be given to the restoration and rewetting of peatlands with the aim of bringing all peatland into good condition or restoration management by 2030 at the latest.
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GENERAL

Wild Horizons Podcast: Kirsty Pallas on Glen Coe

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04/11/2021

Anyone who has travelled to the western highlands of Scotland will know the joy of Glencoe. After the long and beautiful bogginess of Rannoch Moor, the A82 enters this wild cauldron of mountains, announced by the pointed majesty of Buachaille Etive Mòr.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Five Swiss Mountain Adventures in the Jungfrau Region

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02/12/2021

Unique. Varied. The Jungfrau region in Switzerland is a small slice of the infamous Bernese Oberland, the highlight of any trip filled with towering mountains, quaint hamlets and historic trains, and many other quintessential Swiss attractions. Staying here means being out in the pure nature of Switzerland while still being able to reach all the famous cities within a short time.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

The BMC at Kendal Mountain Festival 2021

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17/11/2021

It's soon to be that magical time of year again! When the cold sets in and the outdoor community gathers round and sets Kendal abuzz with dazzling films, star speakers and incredible books talks. You'll catch explorers, photographers, artists, filmmakers, doers and thinkers all together in one place united by their shared love of the mountains.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Sustainable Adventure in a Warming World: join the webinar

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03/11/2021

To coincide with COP 26, the British Mountain Medicine Society (BMMS) and the BMC are hosting a free webinar on the 11th November 2021. All are welcome to attend.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Ambitious new targets for Sports for Climate Action announced

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03/11/2021

A number of ambitious emissions reductions targets were announced by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Sports for Climate Action Framework (S4CA) today. These include reaching Net Zero by 2040 and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50 per cent by 2030 at the latest.
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CLUBS

How to train novice members in your club, winter skills

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01/11/2021

After covid restrictions cancelled our plans for 2021, we're back in February 2022 for this popular training event offering training and support to experienced club members when taking novice club members out in winter conditions.
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CLUBS

Club networks

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01/11/2021

Introducing Club Networks - a new way for clubs to be able to communicate with each other, with BMC Clubs’ Committee and with the BMC.
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