|Biodiversity Net Gain delayed|
|State of Nature Report 2023|
|PTES Tips for managing hedgerows|
|IES - Supporting delivery of the net zero target through EIA|
|New Field to Fork funding|
|Felixstowe's Citizen Science Group (FCSG) contribute data to support a local climate justice strategy.|
|Red cage fungus|
|Plantlife launches appeal for more wildflower meadows|
|Field Studies Council BioLinks courses|
|Soil Health & Regenerative Agriculture|
|Building a better future – Preparing for biodiversity net gain|
|Economics for Ecologists|
|Green Roof training|
|Steer clear of baby deer!|
|Anglian Ecology - New training courses|
No let-up in the decline of our wildlife
The UK’s wildlife is continuing to decline, according to the State of Nature Report 2023.
Like most other countries worldwide, the UK has seen a significant loss of its plants, animals and fungi. The data from the State of Nature cover, at most, 50 years, but this follows centuries of habitat loss, development and persecution. As a result, the UK is now one of the most nature-depleted countries on Earth.
But the reasons for the decline are clear, and we know conservation actions deliver results for nature. We have never had a better understanding of the State of Nature and what is needed to fix it.