The Wildlife Trusts is a movement made up of 46 Wildlife Trusts: independent charities with a shared mission.
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London Wildlife Trust volunteers
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By Ellie Brodie of The Wildlife Trusts, Marcus Gilleard of National Trust, and Alice Groom of RSPB.
Can any of us ignore the Global Climate Strike on 20 September?
Heatwaves can spell trouble for our freshwater habitats, as Water Policy Manager Ali Morse explains.
With National Marine Week now upon us, we caught up with our Living Seas Officer, Donal Griffin, to find out just what The Wildlife Trust initiative, Shoresearch, is all about!
Matthew Snelling, Peatland Restoration Officer for the Yorkshire Peat Partnership, introduces the wonderful world of peatlands, one of our most precious habitats.
Bex Lynam, North Sea Marine Advocacy Officer, based at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, has been living as plastic free as she possibly can for an entire year! Here she tells you how she’s managed it.…
A sea change has come for Marine Conservation Zones, as threatened habitats are protected in the Irish Sea – proving that even complex marine protected areas can be more than just ‘paper parks’.…
Today the government has announced an important new wave of marine protection. It marks the culmination of decades of campaigning by The Wildlife Trusts, our volunteers, supporters and members. A…
During Mental Health Awareness Week, Valerie Todd, Human Resources Director from Siemens UK and Ireland, showcases a way that all workplaces can help to alleviate this crisis: through ‘wild…
Today, we welcome the launch of a new report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), which highlights the significant role of soil…