Archive of: Conservation
25 March 2022
Last week the Government published a major consultation document on environmental targets. Sussex Wildlife Trust believes the proposals will fail to stop nature’s decline, let alone enable it to recover.
24 March 2022
Last week the Government published a major document on national nature protections. Sussex Wildlife Trust believes this will fail to stop nature’s decline, let alone enable it to recover.
16 March 2022
Help save a precious natural habitat by sharing your views with the UK and Welsh Governments – deadline on Friday 18 March 2022.
15 March 2022
Sussex Wildlife Trust alongside the Woodland Trust, RSPB, CPRE and Sussex Ornithological Society have sent this open letter to Center Parcs asking them again to reconsider the location for next possible Center Parcs.
04 March 2022
National Highway’s statutory consultation on this destructive road proposal is ending this Tuesday 8th March at 11.59pm. Please take 10 minutes to follow our guide and object to the proposal.
02 March 2022
Guest blogger Steve McAuliffe guides us through the special wildlife and rich history of Binsted Valley, which may soon be cut in half if the proposed A27 Arundel Bypass goes ahead.
15 February 2022
Please Take Action Today. Help us to STOP the Arundel Bypass by responding to National Highway’s consultation
20 January 2022
England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Beauty are unique and special landscapes. They should be exceptional, however in reality they are a mixture of beauty, treasure and degradation.
11 January 2022
Arundel A27 Bypass Consultation has been launched, deadline for comments is Tuesday 8 March
20 December 2021
A big thank you to everyone who contacted Center Parcs and the various local decision-makers (MPs and Councillors) to highlight that Oldhouse Warren is the wrong place to build a new holiday village
22 November 2021
Please tell Center Parcs and our local councillors and MPs, that Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland is the wrong place for a huge holiday park.
10 November 2021
Last night the Environment Bill was passed by the House of Lords and has now received Royal Assent - so, after over three years of campaigning from NGOs, MPs, Peers and the movement’s supporters, we now have an Environment Act!