The first significant announcement from Defra since the UK took centre stage at COP 26 does not give much cause for celebration says Harry Barton, CEO Devon Wildlife Trust
• Wildlife charity to plant a quarter of a million trees across Devon by 2025
• The National Lottery Heritage Fund supports project which replaces trees lost to devastating disease
The Wildlife Trusts and young people call for more outdoor wild time at school
The Wildlife Trusts respond to the passing of the Environment Act.
The Government is considering reintroducing beavers into the wild in England. Now a leading local charity is calling on people to back the return of these incredible eco-engineers before it is too…
Sir David Attenborough calls for role of nature to be recognised in fight against climate change in new film
The Wildlife Trusts say ambitious nature recovery should be focus at COP26.
Climate action needs nature. Nature needs climate action. Neither will succeed if we don’t prepare for a changing world
The Wildlife Trusts’ COP26 report says it’s time to tackle the twin crises at speed
Devon Wildlife Trust says ‘Now is the time for bold action…so that nature and climate feed into…
First anniversary of Wildbelt in PM’s keynote speech – when will it happen?
The Wildlife Trusts are disappointed and saddened that the Government has issued new licenses to cull badgers in seven areas of England. These cover 33 existing areas, including in Devon, and 7…
Devon Wildlife Trust has revealed their new Wildlife Awareness Allotment Award to celebrate allotment gardeners making space for wildlife.