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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Sustainable Steps

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02/11/2021

You may already have taken the first step to being more sustainable (reducing your impact on the natural environment) and to being more climate aware (reducing your personal carbon footprint) but we’ve pulled together a list of additional campaigns and opportunities you can get involved in to help you further your steps to sustainability.
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Caring about COP26 and the Climate Crisis

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01/11/2021

As world leaders gather in Glasgow for COP26, here's our overview of what this means for the planet and the outdoor community, as well as our very own BMC commitments to the climate.
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The Scientist on the front line in the fight against climate change

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26/10/2021

As winter approaches, our new film 'The Scientist' is the first of our three-part series exploring the work carried out by intrepid scientists in some of the UK’s most inaccessible and hostile hills, placing them on the front line in the fight against the climate crisis.
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Why are bogs so important for a healthy planet?

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27/08/2021

Our peatlands store more carbon than all other vegetation types in the world combined and yet here on our doorstep, they're in a state of degradation. As part of The Climate Project's Let's Plant Moor series, Moors For The Future Partnership Officer Alice Leary takes a look at the knock-on effect on the nature surrounding us and what's being done to prevent it.
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Why are our moors so damaged?

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18/07/2021

Human activity and nature's consequences have been damaging the state of our moors for decades. As part of The Climate Project's Let's Plant Moor series, Moors For The Future Partnership Officer Alice Leary takes a look at how the degradation of the moors has a knock-on effect on the nature surrounding us and what's being done to prevent it.
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Join us for the Million Mile Mountain Clean

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11/05/2021

100,000 Volunteers x 10 Miles = 1 Million Miles. We’re working in partnership with Surfers Against Sewage cleaning one million miles of mountains, rivers, beaches and streets to protect the environment from the growing problem of plastic pollution. Join us for the biggest, most ambitious mountain clean campaign ever during the week of 15th - 23rd May.
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Sphagnum: reversing the fortunes of our northern moors

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30/04/2021

We take a closer look at the plant that's reversing the fortunes of the Peak District and South Pennine moors. Alice Learey from Moors For The Future investigates.
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BMC launches The Climate Project

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21/04/2021

Make a real difference – to the local landscapes that you love and the global climate crisis. We’ve teamed up with Moors for the Future for an exciting new project.
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Moorland restoration update

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07/12/2020

Our charity partners for The Climate Project, Moors for the Future, give us their latest update on how the project is doing and remind us of the importance of sphagnum for combatting the climate crisis and peatland restoration. Moors for the Future Officer Alice Learey explains.
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BMC calls for immediate end to the illegal killing of birds of prey

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04/09/2020

Unregulated driven grouse moor shooting results in the illegal killing of birds of prey, the persecution of mountain hares, and the damage to upland peatland habitats is contributing to climate change. Now, the BMC wants to see driven grouse shooting regulated and for government to strengthen and enforce legislation to stop the illegal killing of raptors.
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