CPRE

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AcronymDefinition
CPRECampaign to Protect Rural England (formerly Council for the Protection of Rural England)
CPREConsortium for Policy Research in Education
CPRECouncil for the Protection of Rural England (now Campaign to Protect Rural England)
CPRECholangio-Pancréatographie Rétrograde Endoscopique (French: Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography; diagnostic medical technique)
CPRECommission Paritaire Régionale de l'Emploi (French: Joint Committee on Regional Employment)
CPRECenter for Policy Research in Education (various locations)
CPRECertified Professional for Requirements Engineering (requirements engineer and business analyst qualification)
CPREChimie des Pollutions et Risques Environnementaux (French: Chemical Pollution and Environmental Hazards; University of Orleans; France)
CPRECurrent Practice and Research Evidence (various locations)
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Campaign to Protect Rural England in Shropshire is calling on people to get their cameras and smartphones out and get snapping to capture the beauty of the countryside.
The same percentage wanted to see the same materials - glass, plastic and aluminium - or more, such as Tetra Pak cartons, included in the scheme, the survey for the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) found.
A fifth of people would always donate a 10p-20p deposit they had paid on drinks cans and bottles, the Campaign to Protect Rural England says.
Since being submitted, the plans have been criticised by campaigners from the South Tyneside Green Party, South Tyneside Tree Action Group and the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
The West Yorkshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is therefore delighted to join with the National Trust and others to support the Examiner's campaign to ban barbecues and fires from moorland and public spaces.
THE Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) continues to promote the use of "brownfield" sites for the construction of new homes thus obviating the need to build in the countryside or greenbelt.
John Wharam, from Campaign to Protect Rural England, said it was important to protect it for the heritage of the county.
I'M asking your readers to help by counting the number of stars visible with the naked eye in the constellation of Orion, and then posting the results on the Campaign to Protect Rural England website (where they also have the chance to win a wonderful telescope).
In sharp contrast, the former Poet Laureate, Sir Andrew Motion in his capacity as President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England has spoken out against the politicians of all parties for their focus on rural economic growth at the expense of all we have held dear for so many years, whilst they leave the cities to rot.
That is why I am supporting the Break the Bag Habit campaign run by the Campaign to Protect Rural England, Keep Britain Tidy, the Marine Conservation Society and Surfers Against Sewage.
England is the only part of the UK which has no plans for a plastic bag charge, and the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), Keep Britain Tidy, the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and Surfers Against Sewage are calling for one to be brought in.
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