The warm weather, combined with all the wonderful sights of spring, makes May a fantastic time to get outside and with this week being Mental Health Awareness Week there is no better time to take…
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This June, over 6,000 people across Hampshire and Isle of Wight have taken up the challenge to do something wild every day for a month. That’s around 180,000 random acts of wildness. Back for its…
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…
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.
Nature can't be seen as an inconvenience - it must be protected
Today the government opened a consultation on making ‘biodiversity net gain’ essential for all developments
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!