22nd February 2024, Thursday

TEP’s Green Infrastructure Assessment is Paving the Way for a Greener Wales

TEP’s Conwy Green Infrastructure Assessment was selected as one of the eight finalists at the RTPI Cymru Awards for Planning …

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Tackling Food Waste One Step at a Time

Over 30 of TEP’s staff are about to embark on a 16-week training programme that will culminate in each of …

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The Climate Crisis: What Happened at COP26

Last Friday saw the conclusion of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly known as COP26 (Conference of …

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River Assessments and BNG For Sustainable Development

The UK’s rivers have been in the news recently, often for all the wrong reasons. Communities have experienced significant river …

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14 Ways I Can Help Combat Climate Change

Before joining The Environment Partnership (TEP) two years ago, I had only a basic understanding of the meaning of sustainability …

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Development and Biodiversity in Greater Manchester

The adoption of the Environment Bill and mandatory Biodiversity Net Gain presents a great opportunity to ensure there are measurable …

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2021 Environment Grant Awardees

Another successful year for our Environment Grant, as we get ready to announce this year’s awardees. We received so many …

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The Eden Project Has Invited TEP to Re-imagine Morecambe’s Seaside

TEP (The Environment Partnership) has completed landscape designs to support the planning application for the Eden Project’s new venture: Eden …

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What is Chalara Ash Dieback?

Common ash, Fraxinus excelsior, is a large native tree making up 12% of British woodland. Over 9,000 trees classified as …

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