An update from Debbie Tann
Policy and Campaigns blog
Proposals for the M3 Junction 9 from Highways England are intended to ease congestion. However, the current plans widen the damage and fundamentally fail to consider or address the urgency of…
Global warming, climate change, climate crisis, climate breakdown, and climate emergency are all terms which describe the greatest challenge facing our world. Sienna Somers explains what it means…
The UK is one of the most nature depleted countries on the planet – and, in fact, at the very bottom of the class in the G7, a group of the world’s wealthiest nations, in terms of how much nature…
Today we launch our Green Recovery report, calling on the Government to invest in nature as part of our recovery from the pandemic.
Nature is in a state! Will these new announcements be the start to a super year for nature recovery?
In a world full of emergencies, do we have the energy for yet another one? Is it any different to the climate emergency and why should we care?
Are the local elections important? Policy & Public Affairs Officer David Allwright tells us why he thinks we should put on our wellies to vote for nature.
Response from Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust's CEO on the decision to approve the planning application to extend the runway at Southampton Airport.
When you vote in local elections you could give councillors the power to make decisions that will not only help local people, but also tackle the climate and ecological emergencies.