The Church Commissioners of England and Duchy of Cornwall - two of the largest institutional landowners in England - have tree cover rates below the already 'weak' national average of 10 per cent, according to a new study from Friends of the Earth
Claims of 'newt counting' slowing down development are a misnomer - biodiversity net gain approaches can improve design, writes AECOM's Robert Spencer
'We don't want to go through this again': Nature protection critical to preventing pandemics, study finds
Combatting deforestation and wildlife trade could avoid costing the planet trillions of dollars in economic disruption, Conservation International estimates
International Union for the Conservation of Nature launches guidelines to help businesses and governments design effective tree planting and nature restoration projects that align with climate targets
Environment Secretary George Eustice announces £9m for policy pilots as he promises to 'build back greener' after Covid-19 and Brexit
Vice-president of nature and water cycle Eric Soubeiran sits down with BusinessGreen to discuss the French food giant's plans to move away from intensive farming practices in the pandemic era
‘Big Livestock’ is just as damaging to the planet as the fossil fuel industry, campaigners warn, yet UK banks continue to be among the sector's largest creditors, pouring tens of billions into carbon-intensive companies fuelling deforestation
Agriculture Bill takes a step forward, as a reports emerge of row between Holyrood and Westminster over the government's post-Brexit plans for environmental and food standards
CPRE urges government to put in place net zero targets for land-use, invest in nature restoration, and ensure planning system considers climate impacts
The brewing industry is among the nine critical sectors identified in a report published today by UNEP and the Natural Capital Finance Alliance that highlights need for banks, investors and insurers to set firm targets to reduce biodiversity loss.
Government's climate advisory body gives it take on scheme designed to pay farmers for carrying out work that enhances the environment .
'Grow back better': Wildlife and Countryside Link argues nature restoration can generate 25,000 jobs in aftermath of Covid-19
330 'ready-to-go' nature recovery projects across England could generate some 10,000 jobs 'in the short term', according to Wildlife and Countryside Link
Updated England Tree Strategy slated for later this year as government faces uphill struggle to meet its 2025 tree planting targets
Footballer urges fans to back One Tree Planted campaign to help expand global forests
'Nature is the beating heart of a green recovery': Corporates step up calls for nature restoration policies
The International Chamber of Commerce, WWF, We Mean Business, United Nations Global Compact, the IUCN, and Business for Nature sign letter calling on CEOs to work with governments to reverse nature loss
The green group has called on the government to reject the 'flawed status quo' and ban the controversial vessels from Marine Protected Areas after its findings reveal that foreign-owned ships racked up more than 123 days fishing in ecologically-sensitive...
Report from ShareAction finds that none of the world's 75 largest asset managers have a dedicated biodiversity policy, while many are still underplaying climate risks
Green cleaning brand announces new £500,000 fund to support nature based solutions
Benyon Review sets out plans for significant strengthening of marine protection in UK waters, as new study highlights how ocean habitats can help boost climate resilience
Investors warn that the animal protein industry must urgently reduce routine antibiotic use to stop antibiotic-resistant superbugs from causing a future pandemic.
Government-backed Natural Environment Impact Fund to support four projects that will explore how private investment can be harnessed to enhance nature
Report warns that investors must put their clout behind emerging innovative technological solutions, such as offshore closed cage systems and onshore recirculating aquaculture solutions, for the industry increase production supply through 2030.
University of Plymouth-led study notes that microplastics shed from vehicle tyres are putting millions of square metres of UK waters at risk of contamination.