Wildlife and people will suffer if the rapid rate of decline in the number of insects is not stemmed, says a new report
Insect Declines and Why They Matter, a new report commissioned by an alliance of wildlife trusts in the South West, has concluded that the rapid decline in insect numbers as a result of pesticides will have a…
Our latest Subs Club article, for KG subscribers only, highlights several ways in which people can stand up for treasured wild species.
Plants for pollinators: perfection not promised
The RHS has announced that it is changing the name of its ‘Perfect for Pollinators’ logo scheme to ‘Plants for Pollinators’ (pictured above). The logo was launched in 2011, so that retailers…
Stars back national nature challenge 30 Days Wild
Naturalists, TV presenters and authors are backing The Wildlife Trusts’ national nature challenge to do something ‘wild’ every day during June. Author Abi Elphinstone, TV presenter Gillian Burke, Olympian Alex Gregory, and chart-topping James McVey from The Vamps have all put their weight behind the campaign to reconnect people with wildlife in…
By Andrew Shaw
A new poll has found that 80% of people living in British cities feel they’re growing apart from Mother Earth.
Around 2,500 people took part in the survey, conducted by YouGov on behalf of The Wildlife Trusts.
Almost nine out of ten (89%) asked said that nature was important to them, and more than three-quarters (78%) of them…
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