Today the government opened a consultation on making ‘biodiversity net gain’ essential for all developments
Policy and Campaigns blog
A new report from the Committee on Climate Change suggests that the UK should radically change the way we use land – reducing meat production and making more space for nature.
Our Chief Exec Debbie Tann sets out her thoughts on how we can make Hampshire and the Isle of Wight wilder
Launched today, to coincide with the People’s Walk for Wildlife on Saturday, the manifesto is an urgent call to ‘cease the war on wildlife’ in the UK
The Prime Minister recently announced an Environment Bill to provide backing for their 25 year environmental Plan
Yesterday the Government released the new National Planning Policy Framework for England. And the good news is that Local Wildlife Sites are back in!
Ali Morse, Water Policy & Catchment Technical Specialist, sets out why we need to think smarter about our wastewater
With the government publishing their long-term plan for the environment, we look at what this means for wildlife
Our wildlife is facing a critical few weeks and months ahead as our MPs consider which of our environmental laws will remain in place post-Brexit
When was the last time you ate a whelk? Or sampled some "sepia" - the cuttlefish equivalent of calamari? Did you know that both of these delicacies are caught right on our doorstep here…