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  • Save Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland

    Save Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland

    Please tell Center Parcs and our local councillors and MPs, that Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland is the wrong place for a huge holiday park.

  • Kelp Summit 2021

    Kelp Summit 2021

    The Kelp Summit will highlight the work of the Sussex Kelp Restoration Project since the landmark implementation of the Sussex Inshore Fisheries & Conservation Authority’s Nearshore Trawling Byelaw in March 2021.

  • Where are all the acorns?

    Where are all the acorns?

    Have you noticed that the Oak trees have been a bit bare this autumn? We’ve seen hardly any acorns but there were plenty last year. What’s going on? Charlotte Owen explains about mast years.

  • Environment Act Enacted

    Environment Act Enacted

    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!

  • Nature is feeling the squeeze

    Nature is feeling the squeeze

    As we head in to the second week of COP26, we’re also entering week two of the Examinations in Public for the Worthing and Brighton Local Plans, which will shape development for the next 15 years.

  • Sussex Biodiversity Online Talk - 25th November 2021

    Sussex Biodiversity Online Talk - 25th November 2021

    Wildlife recording in Sussex and the work of Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre In Sussex there is an incredibly active and energetic network of people involved in monitoring and recording our county’s wildlife. This community generates hundreds of thousands of wildlife records every year – constantly adding to our collective knowledge

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