Announcement comes as 2021 declared sixth hottest year on record
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UK charities issue a new scorecard report which shows the Government has made no demonstrate progress in 11 out of 17 important steps for action on ocean recovery.
The Government has published its response to the Landscapes Review – this is a chance to consider the future of our much-loved National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in…
The Government has again put bees at risk by permitting the use of the banned pesticide thiamethoxam on sugar beet in England in 2022.
The 180 million year-old ichthyosaur, nicknamed ‘The Rutland Sea Dragon’, discovered at the Anglian Water reservoir, in Rutland.
“Radical” rhetoric of farming reform promising, but lack of details and urgency still puts nature at risk, says UK nature charities
Today, the Government has announced further details on two new schemes for rewarding farmers in England for producing food sustainably, while supporting nature’s recovery and tackling climate…
Nation’s largest environmental charities call on the Prime Minister to make New Year’s resolutions to tackle the climate and nature crises
• Charities have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to call for a series of New Year nature resolutions
• Government must not allow COP26 momentum to be lost and should build on its…
The Wildlife Trusts’ acting director for climate action, Kathryn Brown, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours List for services to climate change research.
Tales of whales and Wally, orca and oyster, and world’s largest flapper skate appear in The Wildlife Trusts’ 2021 marine review
Conservation successes undermined by increasing disruption to UK seas
The Wildlife Trusts call for immediate ban on all peat sales, peat extraction and peat imports to help address the nature and climate crisis