The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside supports today’s statements by The Wildlife Trusts regarding COP26.
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Peatlands the size of 250 football pitches will be restored across Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cumbria, thanks to over a million pounds of funding from the Government’s Nature for Climate…
The Wildlife Trusts unveil new educational guides for children to learn about how nature can help tackle the climate crisis.
Peatland conservation organisations and experts from across the world have joined together with the United Nations Environment Programme’s Global Peatlands Initiative (GPI) to pledge their…
Funding awarded to connect rare fragments of peatland for wildlife, the community and to fight climate change.
Gardeners are being told to go peat-free as the climate and wildlife crisis lands in our flower beds and hanging baskets.
Two-year delay to England peat strategy as damage continues to vital carbon stores.
A boggy, unloved field has been transformed into a ground breaking carbon farm, planting sphagnum mosses to absorb and store carbon from the atmosphere.
Climate change is on our doorstep and it will be up to the next generation to lead the way in fighting to protect our planet.
New report from The Wildlife Trusts shows how investing in nature would reap big dividends in tackling the climate crisis.