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Forests have key role to nature’s recovery
Wednesday 27th June, 2012
Ahead of the publication of the Independent Panel on Forestry’s final report on the future of forestry in England (4 July), The Wildlife Trusts set out seven criteria they want to see included to ensure nature’s recovery is secured.
Architecture Oscars triumph for Brockholes
Monday 25th June, 2012
Brockholes Nature Reserve wins three awards at Britain’s architecture Oscars.
Michael Allen awarded OBE
Saturday 16th June, 2012
Michael Allen, former Chair of The Wildlife Trusts, has been awarded an OBE for services to nature conservation.
Lack of ambition shown for CFP reform
Thursday 14th June, 2012
Europe has demonstrated a lack of ambition for reforming the Common Fisheries Policy, according to The Wildlife Trusts.
Speak up for protection for our seas
Friday 8th June, 2012
100 years ago The Wildlife Trusts’ founder Charles Rothschild first championed the concept of a network of nature reserves on land. The opportunity to create an equivalent network at sea is at risk unless all 127 Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) recommended to Government are designated with urgency.
Call for Government to re-commit
Thursday 7th June, 2012
On the first anniversary of the Natural Environment White Paper’s publication, The Wildlife Trusts urge the Government to recommit to the restoration and recovery of the natural environment.
Immerse yourself in magic meadows at events near you
Friday 1st June, 2012
Beautiful wildflower meadows are a quintessential part of the countryside, and to walk through one is a truly uplifting way to experience some of our most diverse and wonderful wildlife.
Agriculture has critical role in nature’s recovery
Friday 1st June, 2012
A European proposal that farms in the UK should have land reserved for wildlife is today recognised as having the ‘greatest potential to deliver significant environment benefits’ by an influential Committee of MPs.