Invasive species have a huge impact on the environment and wildlife, are costly to the economy, and can even pose a risk to our health and way of life. Find out how you can help during Invasive Species Week 2019.
We’ve had another jam-packed month with some promising council decisions on ancient woods and trees. But with new issues arising regularly, there’s still a lot to be done.
Global warming is affecting the UK. Find out the changes we are already seeing, the changes to come, and how we can fight back.
As if HS2 wasn’t enough, another huge infrastructure project is now threatening our ancient woods: the Oxford-Cambridge development project.
1 in 11 of Scotland’s species face extinction. We believe the Scottish Government needs to bring forward an Environment Act to better protect nature.
We were delighted to see some of our supporters and volunteers nominated at the awards for action on climate change, and to be up for an award ourselves!
Climate change is a global concern that challenges all of us. But what do deforestation and climate change mean? What's their relationship? And how can you help?
In a change from our usual transport challenges, this month we have two cases where farms have been proposed right next to ancient woodland.
We’re working with the Royal Town Planning Institute to help planners understand the value of ancient woods and trees and how they can help.