Ofwat has today given notice that it intends to impose a £126million penalty on Southern Water for its past failure to comply with regulations regarding waste water treatment and monitoring.
Love our marine wildlife? Become a Marine Champion to help protect its future, with new training sessions happening in Cowes this Autumn.
Our vibrant local waters have gained greater recognition and protection today, with the designation of two new Marine Conservation Zones off the Isle of Wight.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust responds to new research showing many bees are on the brink of extinction.
This summer, we will be continuing our work tackling non-native invasive species in the beautiful New Forest. Why not celebrate Invasive Species Week by pledging to join us?
Debbie Tann comments on Natural England's decision to grant a license for the reintroduction of sea eagles to the Isle of Wight.
As the woodlark, nightjar, and Dartford warbler enter their breeding season, follow our easy tips to help protect these vulnerable birds during visits to Wealden Heaths.
Large numbers of plastic Otrivin bottles have been washing up on our shores over the past couple of months. Please report any that you find to help build a picture of the legacy of plastic litter…
Teams of volunteers have received hearty thanks for joining the battle against invasive non-native plants in the New Forest this year.
We respond to the consultation about the proposed reintroduction of white-tailed sea eagles to the Isle of Wight.