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.
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Populations are changing and more of us than ever now live in cities or urban environments. For many people this means less access to green space, as these developments have grown with little…
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 planning system is broken. Not only is it failing to create the type of sustainable, healthy communities that we all need but new development continues to tear up valuable habitat and further…
Heatwaves can spell trouble for our freshwater habitats, as The Wildlife Trusts’ Water Policy Manager Ali Morse explains.
Nature’s recovery must be at the heart of any plans to change junction 9 of the M3.
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
Today the government opened a consultation on making ‘biodiversity net gain’ essential for all developments
New figures are showing the benefits of vegetation to our health