The Wildlife Trusts unveil new nature recovery projects – restoring peatlands, saltmarsh, kelp forests, chalk grassland, wetlands and woods – to store carbon
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A petition calling for a legal target to halt the decline of nature by 2030 has been handed in to Rt Hon George Eustice MP, the Environment Secretary, today.
Environment experts have written to garden retailers challenging them to end the sale of peat-based compost ahead of global climate and nature talks this year.
The Wildlife Trusts’ statement in response to the Government proposals to create and improve protected landscapes across England
The Wildlife Trusts respond to today’s (Thursday 24th June) Government announcement about improving the management of our National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).
Public asked to film mini coastal movie on their phones during National Marine Week, Saturday 24th July – Sunday 8th August
Launched by Cara Delevingne actor and model on June 15th 2021, Rewriting Extinction is a global movement founded by Paul Goodenough Emmy nominated Producer and Writer to save as many species from…
Literary luminaries line-up for The Wildlife Trusts’ Big Wild Weekend from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th June
Bookworms, campers and quiz lovers can enjoy the fun of a nature festival – at home – with The Wildlife Trusts’ virtual Big Wild Weekend
The Wildlife Trusts cheer long fought-for arrival of first ever sea sanctuaries where all damaging activities will be banned
The Wildlife Trusts and RHS ask gardeners to help beetles after topsy turvy weather this spring
Housing, health and planning must invest in nature to improve people’s lives, help cut emissions and rebuild the economy
New report calls on all parts of Government and local authorities to unlock the benefits of nature to society