The Dasgupta Review – why we must all be naturalists now

By Dougie Peedle, Head of Policy at the Scottish Wildlife Trust, published on 9th February on the Scottish Wildlife Trust website Featured image shows Talisker Bay, Isle of Skye, credit: Mark Hamblin Last month saw the long-awaited publication of the Dasgupta Review, a report which was striking in both the simplicity and significance of its …

News from the UN Biodiversity Summit

Reports from the UN Biodiversity Summit taking place this week: Biodiversity Crisis: World Leaders pledge to ‘reverse’ destruction of the natural world by 2030 Writing for the Independent Environment online Harry Cockburn reports on a 30×30 commitment by political leaders which aims to protect 30 per cent of land and ocean around the planet by …

A Walk for Wildlife

On Saturday 22nd September thousands of people went to Hyde Park in London to join the People’s Walk for Wildlife to demonstrate support for action to reverse the collapse in nature going on all around us. Organised by Chris Packham and others, the event was held in order to highlight that not enough is being …