Our Advocacy Officer Ian Cracknell recently met Louise Haigh MP to ask for her support in calling for a strong Environment Act.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is asking local people to have their say on a Government consultation about whether there should be a duty on local authorities to consult and report on street tree felling and planting.
Are you a keen runner, or looking or a new fitness challenge for 2019? Join Team Badger and run for wildlife!
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is looking for expressions of interest to carry out an evaluation of the Natural Neighbours project.
Wild at Heart – a community project run by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – has received £167,758 of National Lottery funding to help over 1,000 vulnerable and isolated adults in Sheffield and Rotherham improve their lives through nature over the next three years.
If you want a new year’s resolution that will really make a difference, then help us on our mission to create a better future in Sheffield and Rotherham for wildlife, people and the green spaces we all rely on.
On Friday 21 December 2018 the public consultation on the likely environmental impacts of HS2 Phase 2b closes.
The draft Environment Bill and accompanying policy note published yesterday by the Government do not go far enough to tackle the serious environmental challenges we face or provide legal certainty for the future of our natural world, says Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust remain extremely concerned about the overall bird of prey population and their ongoing survival in the Sheffield Peak District.
Sheffield City Council today released a statement regarding a new approach to Sheffield’s street trees.