There is a lot of talk about the ‘insect apocalypse’ – in other words the rapid collapse in numbers and species of insect living in our world, driven by humans.
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Thousands of people have been calling on Government to stand up for nature. This election is a chance to turn up the volume and tell candidates that they must back nature's recovery.
This week the Wildlife Trusts released a report detailing the results of a two year study conducted by the Institute of Education at UCL looking at the impact of outdoor activities on primary…
Natural Climate Solutions are an essential local response to a global emergency.
The Wildlife Trusts have been calling for an Environment Act for a long time and, with Brexit coming, we especially welcome today’s draft Bill. But what's in it, is it good and what would it…
New research by Wildlife Trusts, National Trusts and RSPB sets out the costs and benefits of investing in nature.
As the Solent shows signs of being suffocated by nutrient-loving algae, should green mud = red light to development?
Friday 20 September promises to be an unprecedented global demonstration of concern for the environment, as thousands of young strikers invite us to join them to take a stand for nature's…
Heatwaves can spell trouble for our freshwater habitats, as The Wildlife Trusts’ Water Policy Manager Ali Morse explains.
Nature’s recovery must be at the heart of any plans to change junction 9 of the M3.