The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has declared that the UK has not designated sufficient sites for the protection of the harbour porpoise, Europe’s smallest cetacean
The traditionally wet north-west struggled with drought this summer, James Agyepong-Parsons finds out why and what is being done to prevent future droughts
Existing agri-environmental practices are seen as inflexible and not always successful. A now-extended pilot project pays farmers according to results. James Agyepong-Parsons reports
Highways England is working with the Devon Wildlife Trust, Buglife and Natural England on a project to save the narrow-headed ant from extinction in south-west England
The environmental statement covering part of the second leg of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail project has pledged to ensure that there is ‘no net loss of biodiversity’ rather than deliver the more ambitious ‘environmental net gain’ set out in recent policy
Techniques involving the deployment of specialist natural enemies including mites, bugs and fungi are being piloted in the UK in a bid to halt invasive species’ attempts to override native habitats. James Agyepong-Parsons reports from the frontline
The scourge of Japanese knotweed has wiped £20 billion off the current value of the property market in the UK, according to research by a specialist Japanese knotweed removal firm
Half of insects sampled from the rivers of south Wales contain microplastic fragments, according to research led by Cardiff University’s School of Biosciences.
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