Up to 150 free online training places are being made available for community groups in Wales who’d like to protect and restore nature.
‘Nabod Natur – Nature Wise’ is a programme which teaches how the natural environment works, the threats it faces, and how we can all help nature to thrive.
This year, EarthDay.Org asks us all to make our own pledge for the planet. From taking action on plastic pollution and committing to reusables, to standing up for green spaces, and becoming a ‘citizen scientist’ – there are lots to choose from.
Once you’ve made your pledge, reward yourself with the help of one of these planet-friendly boozy bevs.
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 spell disaster for the UK’s wildlife, including plants, mammals, birds and insects.
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.