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Nature conservation groups challenge political parties: Recognise the wider benefits of protecting nature and commit to new legislation
Thursday 31st July, 2014
The Wildlife Trusts and RSPB today call on all the main political parties to value nature and secure its recovery by committing to a new Nature and Wellbeing Act.
Safeguards for Scottish sealife
Thursday 24th July, 2014
Scottish Wildlife Trust is delighted that the Scottish Government has created 30 new Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) aimed at safeguarding the most important habitats and species in Scotland’s seas.
Conference calls for radical action to save threatened meadows
Friday 18th July, 2014
Today, at Wiston House in Sussex, a conference organised by Plantlife, the Rare Breeds Survival Trust and The Wildlife Trusts will call for radical new action to reverse the loss of the UK’s meadow heritage.
See stars during National Marine Week
Wednesday 16th July, 2014
Hollywood may have its ‘Walk of Fame’ but the real stars of the show this summer are to be spotted around the UK coast.
Championing the connections between farming and wildlife
Monday 14th July, 2014
Creating a healthy natural environment, where wildlife is thriving, is vital for the future of our farming industry and food production.
Square meal: Why we need a new recipe for farming, wildlife, food and public health
Monday 14th July, 2014
10 UK organisations collaborate to challenge future governments to fix our broken food system. We have come together for the first time to connect some very important issues and start a conversation that affects us all.
In the night garden: enjoy the twilight zone
Friday 11th July, 2014
As sunset gives way to twilight, dusk and then night, our gardens become hunting and feeding grounds for the shy, secretive and specialised
Second timber circle at Holme Dunes
Tuesday 1st July, 2014
A new report shows timber from the second timber circle at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Holme Dunes beach is found to have been felled at exactly the same time as that used to build the first circle, known as seahenge.
Call for Government five-point plan to protect England’s ‘vital’ uplands
Monday 30th June, 2014
From Dartmoor to the Peak District and from the North York Moors to the Lake District, England’s uplands are iconic landscapes that improve the environment, help combat climate change, provide havens for nature and benefits for people, such as clean drinking water.
Island wildlife sanctuaries to discover
Saturday 28th June, 2014
Opt to escape from the masses on the mainland and release your ‘wilder’ side this summer. The Wildlife Trusts suggest islands to explore and discover, full of natural treasures and ideal for getting away from it all.