An update from Debbie Tann
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Today we launch our Green Recovery report, calling on the Government to invest in nature as part of our recovery from the pandemic.
Is 2021 finally going to be the turning point for nature and climate? Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust CEO Debbie Tann shares her thoughts.
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.
Portsmouth City Council recently announced a rebrand of their ‘super-peninsula’ proposals for Tipner West, promoting ‘Lennox Point’ as ‘a unique site where land meets sea, it will be an iconic and…
Coronavirus continues to cause unprecedented challenges for Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust – we like many other Trusts are already suffering financial losses because many of our…
Nature can't be seen as an inconvenience - it must be protected
It's time to ensure that developments give back more than they take from nature
When thinking of the most special and important places for wildlife, Hampshire’s New Forest is right up there with the best. But this precious gem is under pressure from a combination of factors…
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.