Mountain plants set to be the next climate victim?

Researchers claim rising temperatures are leading to less snowfall, which certain species rely on to survive

Scotland offers £3.5m for landscape-scale biodiversity projects

The Nature Restoration Fund aims to address the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change

‘Around 50,000 wild species key to survival of billions worldwide’

The question is how do you use them sustainably?

‘Stop ignoring biodiversity loss’ – Sir Patrick Vallance

The Head of Government Science is calling for more action from the world to stop the extinction of species

EU launches new ‘Green Deal’ to restore nature by 2050

Halving the use of pesticides and protecting endangered species are key aims of the plans

‘Environment nearing dangerous tipping points’

An independent watchdog is calling on the government to step up environmental protection

Human action and climate change halve insect numbers

Some parts of the world have seen insect numbers heavily drop due to rising temperatures and agricultural use

Birds laying eggs a month early due to climate change

Rising temperatures have knocked nature’s food chain off course, a new study reveals

Climate change making plants flower early – how do animals fare?

A new study reveals some animals cannot adapt quickly enough to these changes and numbers are dwindling

Nature recovery projects get £11m boost

The projects focus on protecting wildlife, habitats and endangered species