Archive of: Henri Brocklebank

  • Standing up for wildlife

    Standing up for wildlife

    At a time of ecological crisis, we look to our public bodies to restore nature and not perpetuate the permitted loss that has contributed to the UK’s depleted wildlife at land and at sea.

  • 30% of our land for wildlife, what does this mean?

    30% of our land for wildlife, what does this mean?

    The Government has committed to dedicating 30% of land for nature in the UK. This is, of course, a welcome ambition. However the real fate of nature, and the future success of this announcement relies not on a percentage, but on the depth of the intention through all levels of government.

  • Wilder Horsham District

    Wilder Horsham District

    Sussex Wildlife Trust are delighted that this evening a new five year partnership between Sussex Wildlife Trust and Horsham District Council was agreed by Councillors

  • Round and round the roundabout

    Round and round the roundabout

    Last week the consultation on the Arundel A27 scheme was opened. As Sussex Wildlife Trust we are appalled by the latest options.

  • European Elections 2019

    European Elections 2019

    ​Whatever your view of the opportunities and threats posed by Brexit we are now in a situation where the UK can take part in the European elections on 23 May. And whatever we may feel about Brexit, there are certainly far bigger issues that must be addressed and maybe these elections could send a message via our elected representatives.

  • Restoration of Nature

    Restoration of Nature

    Sussex Wildlife Trust has promoted the importance of ecosystem services for decades. We now work hard to get this recognized in all levels of decision making in Sussex. We want a Wilder Sussex​ and we want people to understand its importance and their role in delivering it.

  • Towards a Wilder Sussex - we are all in this together

    Towards a Wilder Sussex - we are all in this together

    Director of Conservation Henri Brocklebank on a Wilder Sussex, and how we might genuinely make Sussex more wild? “We don’t want small, isolated victories. We want to turn the tide of the fortunes of wildlife.”