Archive of: Conservation

  • The language of the land

    The language of the land

    In a world which is inundated by emoji’s, texts, emails, podcasts, tweets, blogs, chats, posts, etc, it can be hard to hear the language of the natural world around us. Fran Southgate writes about the power of words in nature conservation.

  • Ten ways to become Carbon Literate

    Ten ways to become Carbon Literate

    Carbon literacy is an awareness of climate change, the carbon costs and impacts of our everyday life activities, and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions - are you Carbon Literate?

  • Care versus Control

    Care versus Control

    Can a movement with more focus on care rather than control of nature help reconnect humans to the world around us?

  • Examination Pressure

    Examination Pressure

    Local Plans are produced by local authorities, setting out how much housing and employment space is required in their district or borough. Sussex Wildlife Trust is supportive of a plan-led system because – if done properly - it allows us to ensure that biodiversity can be embedded at the heart of communities.

  • New wave of protection for the sea announced today

    New wave of protection for the sea announced today

    Today marks a huge landmark in UK marine conservation as 39 (41) new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) are designated in the waters around England – three of which are in our local Sussex Seas!

  • Wilding will help tackle climate change

    Wilding will help tackle climate change

    Rewilding and the restoration of our natural systems can draw millions of tonnes of CO2 out of the air. We can help to stop climate breakdown, but we need to be innovative, and we need to act fast.

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