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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…
An extensive river restoration project at Itchen Abbas is being carried out by the Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust, with the approval of the Environment Agency. The area includes land which…
One year on from the publication of its ambitious plan for nature’s recovery, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust has launched a new animation celebrating the difference that local people…
Speaking at a meeting of global leaders, The Prime Minister has today set out a commitment to protect 30% of land for wildlife by 2030. This coincides with the launch of the Wildlife Trust’s…
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.
New analysis of the Government’s White Paper, Planning for the Future, has revealed that, as they currently stand, the proposed reforms will increase the threat to nature in England and do little…
We are delighted to have been awarded £167,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to help us cope with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Inspired by the wild: nature-loving celebs in sparkling line-up for The Wildlife Trusts’ Big Wild Weekend on 19th-21st June!
The lockdown has had a dramatic impact on people’s lifestyles and there are a number of behavioural changes that people are keen to maintain, according to new research with almost 600 local people…
From racist graffiti, people fighting with broken bottles, piles of throw-away BBQs and groups of naked swimmers, Hampshire’s nature reserves have seen it all this weekend.