P461 Teletext 461 Oct11 21:50:01       ————————————————————————————————  BADGERS AND OTTERS TO GET TUNNELS The next stretch of the M74 motorway in south-west Scotland will have a new feature — badger tunnels. Six miles of heavy-duty fencing will also be put up to prevent badgers and otters straying on to the road. Contractors will build the tunnels under a long stretch of the road between Johnstonebridge, Dumfriesshire and Elvanfoot, Lanarks, which is being upgraded. ——————————————————————————————————1/5—— Get into the latest Grooves 620 WHAT'S UP IN THE GREEN WORLD p465 Nuclear Wildlife What's On Eco-scene
P461 Teletext 461 Oct11 21:50:01       ————————————————————————————————  CANAL PLANS GET COOL RESPONSE Controversial proposals to build a £6bn cross-country ship canal have received a cool response from council chiefs. The North of England Councils Assembly said it was a project for the next century and there were many more immediate transport needs. The plan would link the Irish and North Seas, dividing Scotland and most of Northumberland from the rest of the @K. ——————————————————————————————————2/5—— Get into the latest Grooves 620 WHAT'S UP IN THE GREEN WORLD p465 Nuclear Wildlife What's On Eco-scene
P461 Teletext 461 Oct11 21:51:13       ————————————————————————————————  "X" MARKS THE SPOT Activists from Greenpeace have sprayed a giant letter "X" in pink paint on to a field of soya beans in Iowa, USA. They claim the beans are genetically engineered, and will soon be coming to the UK for use in processed food. Greenpeace says genetically engineered crops crossbreed and disrupt the environment, as they reproduce in an uncontrolled way. ——————————————————————————————————3/5—— Money-saving tips from Superscrooge 674 FIND A LONG-LOST PAL p675 Nuclear Wildlife What's On Eco-scene
P461 Teletext 461 Oct11 21:50:11       ————————————————————————————————  GLOBAL WARMING A BENEFIT SAY PROFESSORS Britain will profit from the effects of global warming, according to economics professors at Yale University in the US They claim economic gains from future climate change would outweigh losses, partly because of the effect warming has on plants. But environmental groups slammed the claims as complacent, saying they ignored underlying planetary life support systems such as habitats. ——————————————————————————————————4/5—— Money-saving tips from Superscrooge 674 FIND A LONG-LOST PAL p675 Nuclear Wildlife What's On Eco-scene
P461 Teletext 461 Oct11 21:50:10       ————————————————————————————————  FOUR CITIES COULD GET EURO-AID Four major areas may receive nearly £15m for urban regeneration, the Government has announced. Brighton, Bristol, Coventry and Leeds could get the money from the European Commission's Urban Community Initiative if Governmental proposals are accepted. The scheme aims to address the problems of cities at community level. The Government says it would boost economic development and regeneration. ——————————————————————————————————5/5—— Regional theatre 632 JOBS AND COURSES GUIDE p640 Nuclear Wildlife What's On Eco-scene