Environment

Environment

Experts reveal 30 new species of moths have arrived and settled in the UK

Moth experts have revealed that an increasing number of new month species are arriving and settling in the UK.

News
Earth the seal is recovering at Natureland in Skegness.

‘Earth’ is saved from death caused by coastal litter

WARNING - GRAPHIC IMAGE BELOW

News
New sign at Binbrook shows the area's places of interest EMN-180406-120834001

Discovering Binbrook

The Wolds is a popular destination with walkers and none more so than Binbrook.

Environment
Contraflow and lane closures will remain in place 24 hours a day throughout the works.

Earthquake: did the ground move for you?

Following reports of a ‘rumbling’ in homes across the Market Rasen area last night (Saturday), the British Geological Society (BGS) has said an earthquake with a 3.9 magnitude struck Grimsby, with a depth of 18km (11 miles),

News
RSPB SUS-180424-133256001

New charges brought in at town’s two bird reserves

An important wildlife charity, which sees more than 80,000 visitors a year, is hoping people will still flock to support the town’s two local reserves, despite new charges being brought in to help support the work it does.

Environment
Latest news

Public inquiry over ‘stopping up’ of Donna Nook footpath

A public inquiry is to be held into the Environment Agency’s controversial proposal to ‘stop up’ and divert a public footpath in North Somercotes.

News
Lincs Wildlife Trust aims to get a copy of the book The Lost Words in every primary and special school across the county. Images supplied.

Campaign to get ‘lost words’ omitted from children’s dictionaries into schools

Fears that common countryside words will forever disappear from children’s vocabularies has inspired a campaign by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

Arts
Withern school wins environmental award

Withern school wins environmental award

A Withern primary school has been presented with this year’s Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award.

News
Campaigners ‘appalled’ at Biscathorpe oil extension decision

Campaigners ‘appalled’ at Biscathorpe oil extension decision

Campaigners have said they are appalled at a decision to allow for further oil drilling in Lincolnshire.

Business
Kidgate Primary Academy pupils tidied up the Gatherums area, near Church Street.

Youngsters do their bit to keep Louth tidy

Groups of pupils from two Louth primary schools took part in the national ‘Great Plastic Pick Up’ this afternoon (Friday).

News
Debate in the chamber at Lincolnshire County Council. Photo supplied.

Extended oil drilling plans for Biscathorpe and North Kelsey ‘recommended for approval’

Two applications for further oil drilling in Lincolnshire have been recommended for approval by the county council.

News
Lincolnshire Wolds.

Grants available for conservation projects in Lincolnshire Wolds

Conservation projects in the Lincolnshire Wolds could benefit from grants of up to £10,000, it can be revealed.

News
News

Expert questions Denmark to Lincolnshire power cable Viking Link viablity

A renewable energy expert has questioned the cost and feasibility of moving ahead with the Lincolnshire to Denmark power cable project known as the Viking Link.

News
Lack of publicity blamed for fall in county’s recycling rates

Lack of publicity blamed for fall in county’s recycling rates

The chairman of Lincolnshire Waste Partnership (LWP) blamed a lack of publicity for the county’s fall in recycling rates.

Business
News

Chance to have your say on waste consultation

Residents in Lincolnshire are being encouraged to have their say on a draft consultation released today (Wednesday) which outlines future plans to improve how waste is dealt with in the county.

Environment
News

Golden year for the goldfinch

Results from the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch reveal favourable conditions lead to a surge in goldfinch.

News
Respect the water if you plan to visit the coast this Easter. Picture: Mablethorpe beach.

RNLI: Respect the water this Easter

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is calling on people visiting the coast this Easter to respect the water and remember sea temperatures are still very cold.

News
Bottles and cans could be leading shrews and voles to an early grave, latest research suggests  (180261-015)

Research reveals littered drinks bottles could be killing small wildlife

A new report by Keep Britain Tidy has revealed that thoughtless ‘tossers’ could be killing up to 3.2 million shrews and voles.

News
The  Darwood family from Grimsby on the new Skegness Eye. ANL-180326-132538001

Look what’s new in Skegness for Easter

Visitors returning to the resort for the Easter break can’t fail to see a lot has been going on while they have been away.

News
Deposits of the waxy substance was found on East Lincolnshire beaches.

Substance on East Lincolnshire beaches ‘was petroleum wax’

East Lindsey District Council has confirmed that the substance founds on beaches in Mablethorpe and Skegness in recent weeks has now been identified as petroleum wax.

News
Load more