Humans have become very effective at killing pests. But we are also, unwittingly perhaps, paying a huge and growing price for the unintended consequences of this technology.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Rather like the layers and linkages in human society and economy, insects do different jobs in the ecosystem. This is an area of study in its own right, but it is also important to us because…
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.
The UK Bird Indicators report published this week explores the dramatic change in bird populations since 1970, but what do these findings mean for us locally?
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…
Declines revealed in the State of Nature report paint a worrying picture for the UK and our two counties are not exempt.
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?
The Environment Agency has published a major long-term strategy to tackle flooding and coastal change. This new plan sets out the potential devastating impacts of accelerating climate change and…