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.
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Data for Nature – a new Heritage Lottery-funded initiative run by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – will help to increase understanding of the wildlife and habitats in nature reserves across Sheffield and Rotherham.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust’s Centenary Riverside nature reserve has been chosen by Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham, as the site for the planting of five saplings, including a hazel, two silver birch and two rowan trees.
The Government’s independent Bovine TB Strategy Review has highlighted poor biosecurity and levels of cattle movement as key concerns in transmission of bTB.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust are holding an HS2 community event on Thursday 29 November 2018. The Trust is determined to ensure that, if HS2 is coming to South Yorkshire, the region gets the best deal for wildlife and our local communities.
Over 100 people, including staff, Trustees and members, joined us last month for a look back at the 2017-18 year at our Annual General Meeting.