Archive of: Henri Brocklebank
24 January 2019
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.”
14 October 2018
Is it clear yet? Nature is not a ‘nice to have’.
11 October 2018
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.
25 July 2018
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.
26 June 2018
The EU Withdrawal Bill has been finally been passed, but what does this mean for the environment?
24 May 2018
Sussex Wildlife Trust are delighted at the South Downs National Park Authority’s decision to apply for a Judicial Review in response to Highways England’s recent announcement of their preferred route of Option 5a for the Arundel Bypass.
11 May 2018
Short sightedness and an obsessive belief that we must build our way out of congestion is going to mean irreparable damage to some of our most valuable wildlife.Highways England’s announcement today (11 May 2018) to plough ahead with option 5A of the Arundel Bypass will result in the
17 April 2018
Urgent Call to Action. Your chance to reverse the decline of nature in Sussex.
06 March 2018
“We now realise that healthy natural systems are essential to our wellbeing and existence and we now have the evidence to prove it.”