More than 1,000 individuals and 30 organisations joined together for a mass statement on Friday 21st May to declare a Nature Emergency for Sheffield. As a result of the campaign, on Friday’s declaration day, both Sheffield City Council’s new Labour and Green Party administration and Labour’s new Shadow Minister for Nature, Water, and Flooding, Sheffield Hallam MP Olivia Blake publicly said that they strongly support declaring a Nature Emergency in Sheffield.
The first Environment Bill in over 20 years is making its way through Parliament and will soon be debated by MPs. Ask your MP to attend and speak up for wildlife.
An application to build 22 houses on a Local Wildlife Site at Long Line in Dore has been refused by Sheffield City Council’s Planning and Highways Committee.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust launch #NatureAdventures to support people isolating at home to connect with nature and each other. Whilst we are all socially isolating, the Trust is providing new ways, through their website and their social media channels for people to engage with nature. From expert videos and practical wildlife gardening tips to […]
The Trust’s environmental consultancy, Wildscapes CIC, is pleased to announce it has been awarded Registered Practice status by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). CIEEM is the leading professional membership body representing ecologists and environmental managers in the UK and seeks to promote the highest standards of professional practice in the industry. […]
The first Partnership Street Tree Working Strategy for Sheffield has been released today and will be recommended to Sheffield City Council for adoption next week.
HS2 decision will destroy precious wild places – The Wildlife Trusts call for a redesign.