Throughout September 26 Writers are rhapsodising about our wonderful wild places, from peat bogs to hedgerows. Here are the latest six of their powerful poems about nature.
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All this month, 26 Writers are rhapsodising about our wonderful wild places, from peat bogs to hedgerows. Here are six more of their powerful poems about nature.
Every autumn, headlines warn about spiders invading our homes. But what’s the real story with our eight-legged neighbours?
At a time where our connection to nature is waning every day, but our fears for our natural world increase with every news report, art can be a wonderful medium. This September, 26 Writers are…
The Government is due to publish its flagship strategy shortly for achieving Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions across the UK by 2050. Many are looking to this single document as a sign that the…
Discover the different ways that moths and butterflies spend the winter
Marine wildlife expert Paul Naylor dives into the world of one of his favourite fish
More than 30 conservation NGOs issue an open letter to oppose a review of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, which could undermine decades of work to restore and protect threatened species
Elliot Chapman-Jones, Head of Public Affairs, asks whether the Government threatens to undermine its own big ambition to restore nature at a time when it wants to be a world leader
Ali Morse and Barnaby Coupe explore what England's Tree and Peat Action Plans mean for nature.