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Robin Walker visits Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to see what the future could look like for farming and wildlife
Wednesday 15th February, 2017
Minister for the Department for Exiting the European Union, Robin Walker, visited a farm near his constituency to meet local and national Wildlife Trusts representatives, including The Wildlife Trusts' England Director Stephen Trotter, on Friday 10 September to discuss the work of the Trusts and the future of the UK’s natural environment following the UK’s EU exit.
Outdoor artist ATM paints a pochard to Show The Love
Tuesday 14th February, 2017
Street artist ATM and London Wildlife Trust are joining people across the country who are making, wearing and sharing green hearts to Show The Love for the places, people and life they cherish and want to protect from climate change.
A night at People's Postcode Lottery Chairty Gala
Monday 13th February, 2017
Last month we had the real pleasure of attending the People’s Postcode Lottery’s annual Charity Gala, where it was announced that an amazing £66.3 million was awarded to charities and good causes in 2016, all thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery!
British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017
Thursday 2nd February, 2017
CALL FOR ENTRIES The 2017 Competition is Open for Entries
New housing proposal in Kent threatens important wildlife habitats across the country
Wednesday 25th January, 2017
A council's plans to develop Lodge Hill, Site of Special Scientific Interest and one of the last strongholds for nightingales in the UK, will test the safeguards that prevent our finest wildlife havens being lost to development
Hendry Review into tidal power published today
Thursday 12th January, 2017
The Wildlife Trusts welcome plans to develop our understanding of tidal power but believe that any tidal lagoon development in the UK should be subject to strict monitoring of any impacts of the technology on the marine environment.
MPs warn Government that countryside and farming are at risk
Wednesday 4th January, 2017
A new report by a parliamentary committee published today warns Government that environmental protections must not be weakened after Brexit. The Wildlife Trusts respond...
New poll shows children like to be outdoors and enjoy wild places
Saturday 24th December, 2016
Children rarely see two wild animals featured in John Lewis Christmas advert
UK’s major environmental organisations unite to highlight “once in a generation opportunity” for the environment as UK exits the EU
Thursday 8th December, 2016
Thirteen major environmental organisations including WWF, the National Trust, RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts and Friends of the Earth have united through a new Greener UK coalition to ensure that the UK uses the pivotal moment presented by the forthcoming Brexit negotiations to restore and enhance the UK’s environment.
Fancy a beaver-gnawed wood-chip in your Christmas stocking?
Thursday 1st December, 2016
Really wild gifts from The Wildlife Trusts