The Environmental Audit Committee in its report published on 30 June 2021 found that existing Government policy and targets are inadequate to address plummeting biodiversity loss.
The Langdyke Countryside Trust, which has a leading role in nature recovery in John Clare Countryside near Peterborough, reports a surge in interest from local residents and volunteers in its recently published 2020 Annual Review. Despite covid, during 2020 the charity adapted to the change in circumstances and transferred much activity online, attracting speakers such as Harriet Mead, Carry Akroyd,
A new report prepared by the Wildlife Trust and Cambridge Past Present and Future, highlights the best opportunities to create new habitats and large-scale natural green spaces in and around the city of Cambridge for the benefit of people and nature. A Nature Recovery Network is a joined-up system of places important for wild plants and animals, on land and
Steps towards achieving the Doubling Nature vision for Cambridgeshire got closer last week when Cambridgeshire County Council’s new Joint Administration signed a Joint Administration Agreement to run the council, which put the environment, sustainability and the climate crisis as number one out of eight local priorities. The agreement was signed by the leaders of the Liberal Democrats, Labour and Independent
With the support of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Future Parks, applications are sought for local nature-based projects that enable greater community engagement with nature and public green space.
Our Vision is to secure a sustainable future where our green spaces can thrive, helping people lead happy, healthy lives for generations to come.