Trees and woods are essential to the health and wellbeing of people in Wales, but a new report from The Woodland Trust shows that five major threats are compounding to result in negative impacts that could spell disaster for the UK’s wildlife, including plants, mammals, birds and insects. The Woodland Trust’s State of Woods and Trees (SOWT) Report 2021 is the first of its kind to focus on native woods and trees.View Post
At the end of a long winter, Easter feels like a great opportunity to celebrate nature coming back to life; embrace the longer days and warmer weather, do some Spring cleaning, fill the house with spring flowers, and create some seasonally-inspired recipes in the kitchen.
And as part of a recent collaboration with Wales Recycles on their BeMightyRecycle / Bydd Wych, Ailgylcha campaign, I wanted to share some tips to make this year’s festivities a more eco-friendly affair – by making sure your Easter recyclables go on to live a new life of their own, too.View Post
Wales Climate Week will take place from Monday 2nd to Friday 6th November 2020. Featuring a series of free, virtual and interactive events, the occasion will bring together national and global policy makers, campaigners, innovators – and anyone interested in tackling climate change – and there are plenty of ways to get involved.View Post
For many of us, the lockdown has provided an opportunity to spend time planning for a greener, more sustainable future in South Wales and beyond. In this spirit, Friends of the Earth Cymru will be hosting a free, virtual screening of The Story Of Plastic – and they’re inviting everyone to join a post-screening Q&A and discussion to help spur on local action as the lockdown lifts.View Post