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Oxfam & climate change

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Matt T
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Oxfam & climate change

Post by Matt T » 12 Feb 2013, 08:56

A recent announcement re funding for climate change adaptation: https://www.facebook.com/ampaipear/post ... 5877092505

Some of you may recall a previous proposal from Oxfam to plant sea buckthorn on the west coast of Uist. Let's hope that such proposals which would be inappropriate for Uist habitats/species are not revived.

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Matt Topsfield
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