For World Wetlands Day, we look at the work of Natural England on restoring peatlands and blanket bogs in the UK and how the work could be making a contribution to tackling climate change.
Mathew Frith, Director of Conservation at London Wildlife Trust, writes a guest blog about work to ensure a new development in Kidbrooke supports nature conservation.
Helen Nyul, Group Biodiversity Manager, explains how Barratt is aiming to achieve net gain in its developments
Outgoing Natural England chair Andrew Sells writes about his highlights over five years at Natural England.
Guest blog from Louise Clarke, Head of Sustainable Places at Berkeley Group, outlining the organisation’s approach to biodiversity net gain.
Guest blog from Nicola Thomas, Partnership Manager at Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Natural Environment Partnership writes a guest blog on net biodiversity gain.
We look at Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire.
Nicola Johansen, Group Sustainability Manager at Redrow Homes, writes a guest blog on how the house builder is looking at how to achieve biodiversity net gains on their developments.
Following social media speculation about the licensed killing of wild birds in England, Natural England Director of Operations James Diamond gives some context to Natural England’s licensing work so that people can understand our decisions.
For World Soil Day, Natural England soils specialist Dr Matthew Shepherd demonstrates kitchen science experiments showing how to better understand our soil.