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  • New guidelines call for homes for people and wildlife

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

    Why and how to build nature-friendly housing developments

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  • The Wildlife Trusts’ initial response to the 25 Year Environment Plan

    Thursday 11th January, 2018

    Theresa May’s speech on the environment today has encouraging ambitions for land and sea but The Wildlife Trusts believe that the lack of legal underpinning is a fundamental flaw

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  • New research reveals England’s only resident bottlenose dolphins

    Wednesday 20th December, 2017

    Bottlenose dolphin

    A new study of bottlenose dolphins in the southwest of England reveals a unique community.

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  • The weight of 3.3 million penguins in plastic waste – UK’s Christmas gift to the environment

    Tuesday 19th December, 2017

    Plastic waste mountain

    UK environment and animal welfare charities are calling for action on the plague of plastic pollution this Christmas.

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  • Industry calls for ‘Gove guarantee’ on agri-environment schemes

    Friday 15th December, 2017

    Farmland

    Farming and green organisations have come together to seek a guarantee from Michael Gove that farmers and land managers who sign up to agri-environment schemes before the UK leaves the EU are not penalised post-Brexit.

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  • New report estimates the cost of creating a wildlife-rich countryside for future generations

    Thursday 14th December, 2017

    New report shows how much Government might need to pay farmers and land managers for their role in looking after our natural heritage

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  • Wild Christmas Gifts

    Friday 8th December, 2017

    robin

    By gifting ‘wild’ this Christmas you can give nature the helping hand it needs.

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  • The Wildlife Trusts welcome new Chair, Peta Foxall

    Thursday 23rd November, 2017

    Peta is a passionate conservationist and advocate for the role of nature in education and people's health and wellbeing

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  • New housing must respect environmental limits and help bring back wildlife

    Wednesday 22nd November, 2017

    Today’s budget highlights need to adopt a new nature-led approach to housing

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  • Threatened sand dunes set for a golden future thanks to National Lottery funding

    Thursday 9th November, 2017

    Sand dune

    A third of England and Wales’s threatened sand dunes have a brighter future thanks to a pioneering National Lottery funded conservation and restoration project, unveiled today.

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