The IPBES report tells a devastating story of the state of plants and animals around the world. Here are five things we've learned from the report...and five things we can do about it.
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The effects of house building and infrastructure development on wildlife, or how you can’t simply move wildlife elsewhere, and create new habitat instantly.
This is a once in a generation opportunity to make a real difference for the environment and wildlife.
Val explains how she turned her frustration about the state of nature into action by meeting her MP. Use her experiences to help you meet your MP too.
Members are the lifeblood of Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust. Here's a great way to help us do more for your local wildlife.
Watch Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust, introduce some of the highlights of our work during 2017/18.
In the same week as the Agriculture Bill was published, an announcement was also made about the badger cull and the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway.
It was soggy, it was over cast but Saturday’s People’s Walk for Wildlife was a bright uplifting event.
Agriculture policy does not have to choose between wildlife versus food production. Farming that works with nature makes sense – for now and for the future.
Whether you support it or oppose it, Brexit provides us with a once in a generation opportunity to design farm policies that support a countryside far richer in wildlife.