Archive of: Conservation

  • Severing their own green finger

    Severing their own green finger

    Whitehawk Hill is one of Brighton & Hove’s most valuable wild spaces and a designated Local Nature Reserve - so why has it been earmarked for development?

  • Climate of change

    Climate of change

    Is it clear yet? Nature is not a ‘nice to have’.

  • Smarter transport solutions

    Smarter transport solutions

    In light of Monday’s IPCC publication​, clarifying the catastrophic risk of not making dramatic cuts to our carbon emissions, our calls for halting the Arundel bypass proposals and those for a new road running from Lewes to Polegate, seem extremely pertinent.

  • Barn Owl breeding success

    Barn Owl breeding success

    It’s been six years in waiting, but Woods Mill once again rejoices in the successful breeding of a pair of barn owls.

  • The policy production line

    The policy production line

    The Prime Minister announced for the first time that the Government would be introducing an ambitious Environment Bill. This is great news and something the Wildlife Trusts welcome.

  • Losing our priorities

    Losing our priorities

    The Arundel bypass has highlighted the disjointed way in which we as a country approach major infrastructure projects

  • EU Withdrawal Act

    EU Withdrawal Act

    The EU Withdrawal Bill has been finally been passed, but what does this mean for the environment?