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News Archive - 2009

2009 Review of the CEH year - 24 December 2009

November 2009, Monthly Hydrological Summary for the UK - 21 December 2009

CEH scientists speak on COP15 issues - 16 December 2009

Scientists at climate talks say changes to the nitrogen cycle cannot be ignored - 4 December 2009

UK flooding situation (news story) and Flooding Briefing - 20 November 2009

Biodiversity under threat from increasing nitrogen emissions - 20 November 2009

Fossil fuel CO2 emissions up by 29 per cent since 2000 - 18 November 2009

Discovery could improve environmental management of nanoparticle wastes - 12 November 2009

Soils, butterflies and beetles respond to changing pressures on UK environment - 6 November 2009

CEH joins the Willis Research Network - 5 November 2009

Ecologists and conservationists sign major seabird data sharing agreement - 3 November 2009

Environment Centre Wales wins international commendation - 23 October 2009

Mobile phones at the ready for autumn ladybird invasion - 16 October 2009

UK's biggest ever Countryside Survey: England results published - 23 September 2009

Butterflies use more ‘environmental space’ in warmer areas - 23 September 2009

Major upgrade to industry standard flood estimation software - 9 September 2009

Drugs designed by nature could prevent blood clots and heart attacks - 27 August 2009

'Win-win' as ecological restoration benefits biodiversity and human well-being - 30 July 2009

Multimedia: CEH science highlighted in podcast and video links - 22 July 2009

British woodlands suffering biodiversity loss - 22 July 2009

Wales results from 2007 Countryside Survey now available - 21 July 2009

First biological recording mobile phone portal launched - 16 July 2009

Crickets and grasshoppers march to the tune of climate change - 10 July 2009

Invasive harlequin ladybird could threaten over 1000 native species - 30 June 2009

Scotland results from 2007 Countryside Survey now available - 25 June 2009

European climate change reports launched in Brussels - 23 June 2009

Feature: On a Wing and a Prayer - 16 June 2009

Paper highlights remarkable efforts to save butterfly from extinction - 16 June 2009

Britain celebrates butterfly conservation success story - 16 June 2009

CEH urges Women's Institute to help protect all pollinators - 3 June 2009

Environment Centre Wales building wins RICS Wales Sustainability Award for 2009 - 28 May 2009

Unravelling the story of an alien invader on International Day for Biological Diversity - 22 May 2009

Putting a price on environmental goods? The Valuing our Life Support Systems symposium - 5 May 2009

Secure, carbon-free and electric? The UK’s energy system in 2050 - 30 April 2009

Scientists present new challenges for climate change policy - 29 April 2009

Major event aims to protect and enhance natural capital - 29 April 2009

Feature: Is the UK ready to rethink its stance on GM? - 28 April 2009

Plants absorb more carbon under hazy skies - 22 April 2009

£10 million initiative launched to tackle bee and pollinator decline - 21 April 2009

UK butterfly numbers fall to new low 8 April 2009

Dr Richard Harding speaking at the European Water Conference 2009 in Brussels3 April 2009

New report from PEER: Climate change policy - 26 March 2009

CEH at the Copenhagen Climate Congress - 13 March 2009

Is global warming difficult to reverse? - 11 March 2009

Carbon dioxide satellite launch fails through rocket fault - 24 February 2009

Butterfly survival in a changing climate can be assisted by 'translocation' - 18 February 2009

Amazon dieback could be prevented - 17 February 2009

CEH Achieves the Investors in People Standard - 9 February 2009

Ant sounds mimicked by invading butterflies - 5 February 2009

New study links water pollution with declining male fertility - 19 January 2009

Bio-Linux goes global - 12 January 2009