Today’s announcement that a banned neonicotinoid will not be used on sugar beet is good news – but does not halt the risk to wildlife in future years
● Major new campaign to protect nature launches today backed by 50+ nature organisations, plus celebrities and political figures
● PM called on to lead the way globally on commitments to…
The Wildlife Trusts bring beavers back to five more counties this year – 20 years after they reintroduced the first beavers to Britain
Two-year delay to England peat strategy as damage continues to vital carbon stores.
Rewilding Europe co-ordinator, Rob Stoneman, takes on new challenge.
The Wildlife Trusts explore legal challenge to Government decision to allow emergency use of neonicotinoid
Emergency authorisation was refused in 2018 – what’s changed?
Public concern mounts over decision to allow emergency use of banned neonic
The Government has bowed to pressure from the National Farmers Union and agreed to authorise the use of the highly damaging neonicotinoid thiamethoxam for the treatment of sugar beet seed in 2021…
The Wildlife Trusts say compensation of harmful impacts is vital to marine wildlife
In light of recent Government restrictions, The Wildlife Trusts urge people to enjoy local wildlife and maintain a connection with nature to help boost their wellbeing, whilst remaining mindful of…