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?
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
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.
Along with The RSPB, we are opposing a damaging development proposal at Tipner in Portsmouth, that will destroy an area vital for nature and valuable for the city’s long-term sustainability. The…
The Chancellor's Budget doubled spending on flood defences - but do flood defences always mean concrete walls and hard solutions?
The new Agriculture Bill makes some huge changes to farming funding for Hampshire and The Isle of Wight
I share my thoughts on what the Conservative Election win means for local wildlife.
With most major political parties waking up to the need for a better future for our planet and our wildlife, it begs the question, what exactly are the parties pledging for nature at the General…