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Natur Cymru Natur Cymru
Issue 14

Issue 14

Spring 2005

This issue looks at tackling climate change, via wind energy, storing carbon and using reedbeds. Is it the warmer climate that has brought leatherback turtles to Welsh shores?

Issue 13

Issue 13

Winter 2004

When John and Sally Seymour published 'The Fat of the Land' in 1961 they set thousands of people on the search for self-sufficiency. Living, and dying, in Pembrokeshire, John would have been well aware of the problems of neglected canals and nitrogen deposition, but would also have delighted in porpoises off the Welsh coast and efforts to save the marsh fritillary.

Issue 12

Issue 12

Autumn 2004

Nothing connects us to nature more firmly, or reminds us of our animal biology more clearly, than food. There is plenty in this edition to illustrate the happy union of food and nature.

Issue 11

Issue 11

Summer 2004

In the virtual world, nature has never had it so good. Never have so many people been engaged in writing action plans and framing policies, not just to save biodiversity, but to enhance it. The challenge is to close the gap between the aspirations reflected in these plans and policies, and what we see actually happening out there under the open sky.

Issue 10

Issue 10

Spring 2004

How 'natural' is nature? There are few, if any, parts of Wales which have not been altered by human activity. For good or ill, it's within our power to influence the wildlife around us, as many of the articles in this edition show.

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