Green news: March

Eco news from around France

Hunters to help police track fly-tippers

Gendarmes in Oise, Hauts-de-France, have enlisted the help of local hunters in forests and remote areas to report abandoned vehicles, fly-tipping and rubbish dumping, as well as illegal fishing and hunting.

200 so-called ‘vigilant hunters’ have been selected, and a clean criminal record is essential. “These are not reinforcements,” said Captain Eric Lecacheur, head of crime prevention and partnership in the department. “Their mission will be to ...

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