A year since the Prime Minister gave High Speed Two the green light, where does the project stand - and what's the cost?
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If we are to turn the tide of nature’s decline, we need to look at the driving forces of that decline, one of which is our lauding of growing economies whilst turning a blind eye to the…
The Government has bowed to pressure to agree to the use of a highly damaging pesticide neonicotinoid thiamethoxam in 'emergency situations'.
A new 'Wildbelt' designation for land that is recovering could be the key to bringing our struggling wildlife back from the brink- but MPs must make sure Government gets the details…
Steve Backshall, BBOWT President, speaks out against the badger cull in Oxfordshire
As the new Agriculture Policy makes its way through parliament, we talk to Professor Dieter Helm CBE about what's at stake for wildlife.
What is the role of tree planting as a solution to climate change?
The Environment Bill could mean better protection for wildlife, but there are still areas that need to be strengthened
BBOWT staff and volunteers were among thousands of people who travelled to Westminster for a historic natural environment and climate lobby with MPs outside Parliament
Founder of local group Wild About Datchet, Hannah met her local MP to discuss the draft Environment Bill, Nature Recovery Networks and local wildlife.