• Nature reserves – the UK’s newest power stations

    Guest blog by Sarah Green, Project Co-ordinator, Natura People Partnership Project

    In December 2013 seven nature and conservation organisations came together to study carbon reduction and renewable energy measures in the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands.

    Climate change is a real problem in the world – we know this and you know this – but what is less clear is how we tackle the problem.  How can we work with…

    • 21 Mar 2014
  • Join us at Eurosites!

    Guest blog by Sarah Green, Project Coordinator - Natura People Partnership Project

    Do you work in conservation? Are you interested in increasing visitor numbers?  Do you want to improve your educational programme?  Are you interested in working with local businesses but aren’t sure how to start?  Do you need to measure the economic impact of your nature reserve or heritage site?

    If you said yes to any of these, please…

    • 18 Mar 2014
  • Groundhog Day!

    The Thames Estuary is an incredible place for wildlife and it has some of the rarest bugs and beasties in the UK aswell as being one of the most important migration routes in the country for hundreds of thousands of birds. It is a highly developed area with some great examples of sustainable development such as DP World’s London Gateway port development. Sadly, there are also plenty of potential threats to the wildlife…

    • 7 Mar 2014