Matt Hayes, research assistant at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology, has worked with the Zoology Department's Insect Ecology Research Group to conserve endangered butterflies. Maintaining…
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Staff from across the Wildlife Trust walked in solidarity with the climate strikers on 20 September
Our CEO Brian Eversham explores the Wildlife Trust's changing role in tackling the ecological and climate emergency
Damning reports, citizens' demands and public shock and outrage is bringing the need to act on behalf of our environment into the political agenda like never before.
Dr Andrew Bladon tells us about his innovative project to assess the impacts of climate change on butterfly species living on some of the Trusts most important reserves
Our CEO considers the threat of climate-driven extinction and how the new and growing protest groups overlap with and complement our work
The evidence is unequivocal and stark: global warming and climate change are here to stay - and, as Sir David Attenborough told the UN Climate Summit in Poland, we have to take action
In his second blog on the subject, our Chief Executive Brian Eversham discusses the long-term effects the long hot summer could have on our wildlife.
With Britain experiencing a sustained heatwave, our Chief Executive, Brian Eversham, looks at the effect warm summers have on Britain's insect populations.
Should we be amazed to see spring-like weather in winter? Not if we've been following the science, says Brian Eversham