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Thursday 28th November saw the first ever debate on the climate and nature emergencies between party leaders. So why was this debate so important?
Today the Government have published a consultation on creating a new environmental watchdog. Joan Edwards, The Wildlife Trusts’ Director of Living Seas and Public Affairs, writes on what’s needed…
Hugh Warwick, hedgehog-loving ecologist and author, believes we can work together to create a better world for ourselves and for wildlife.
Stephanie Hilborne, Chief Executive, The Wildlife Trusts on new proposals for a Nature Recovery Network to help wildlife thrive in our towns and countryside
The Wildlife Trusts welcome the news that the member states of the European Commission, of which the UK are a part, have voted to apply a complete ban on the use of neonicotinoid pesticides in…
On 5th March, the government launched a consultation to ask for views on a major overhaul of the rules that guide planning for development: the National Planning Policy Framework. Dr Sue Young,…
The government’s spring statement announced today addresses two subjects that have a big impact on our natural environment – plastics and housing
The Wildlife Trusts are deeply concerned that recent government proposals indicate an intention to increase badger culling further.
Dom Higgins, Nature and Wellbeing Manager for The Wildlife Trusts, comments on the Government’s ambition to improve people’s health and wellbeing through a 25 Year Environment Plan