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Nigel Blair, Duncan Orr-Ewing and Mike Fraser
31 January 2013 | Safety, Health & Environment
New agreement set to boost biodiversity and eco-tourism in Dunbar area
Starling murmuration
20 December 2012 | Safety, Health & Environment
Local and overwintering migrant populations finding shelter in active and restored quarries
Sandy Heath
Rare heathland habitat will be protected for decades thanks to partnership between Lafarge and the RSPB
John Mills
31 May 2012 | Mineral Planning
John Mills joins the RSPB-Natural England partnership programme as planning adviser
Lafarge and the RSPB sign long-term management agreement for heathland creation at Sandy Heath
08 March 2012 | Education & Training
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12 January 2012 | Safety, Health & Environment
RSPB survey records buzzards and kestrels in residence at more than a third of CEMEX UK sites
15 December 2011 | Safety, Health & Environment
Rare bird making a resounding comeback thanks in large part to the UK minerals industry
27 January 2011 | Safety, Health & Environment
Mineral industry’s key role in conservation and biodiversity highlighted at House of Commons reception
25 November 2010 | Safety, Health & Environment
A NEW bird study has shown that quarries are havens for birds of prey.