Damaged stretch of river must be restored following successful prosecution by Natural England and Environment Agency writes Herefordshire Wildlife Trust.
Government inaction on pollution could see rivers get worse before they get better
The Wildlife Trusts call for efficient water management, huge reductions in pollution, and support for landowners to create more space for nature
- Beautiful, freshwater habitats that are home to an abundance of wildlife are being devastated by agricultural waste, raw sewage and pollution from abandoned mines, according to a new report …
Conservationists launch roadmap for restoring waters and wildlife
Public concern mounts over decision to allow emergency use of banned neonic
We need to turbo charge investment in nature for recovery
2019 has seen extraordinary sightings of minke whales and bottlenose dolphins in UK waters, restoration of vital saltmarshes and conservation action by thousands of marine and coastal volunteers…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13%…
The new UK Marine Strategy shows that to date the UK Government is failing to protect its seas.