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4000 new homes and new marine hub would rip up internationally important wildlife site and tear a hole through legal safeguards
Development could destroy vital line of natural defence…
Today The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30, a public appeal to raise £30 million to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by 2030.
Food sustainability is a growing concern, so we're delighted to be launching our new Great Solent Seafood scheme in partnership with Hampshire Fare.
Natural England have announced a new £2.5 m project to help restore fragile marine habitats.
With more marine plastics washing up on our shores each day, we're pleased to announce a new collaboration with environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams.
The fight against plastic pollution in our local waters is getting an important boost, with the installation of a new Seabin in Ocean Village Marina, Southampton.
Are you a nifty knitter or first-class at crochet? We're raising awareness about our amazing marine life and need your craft skills!
Visitors to Blue Reef Aquarium Portsmouth can soon learn even more about our local marine wildlife, thanks to a collaboration with the Wildlife Trust.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust today launches a ten year plan to create a wilder future for the two counties.
The government has launched an independent review of whether Highly Protected Marine Areas could be introduced in the UK.