• Pen a poem for nature

    I have always loved nature, ever since I was little. Hours wasted moving frogs from a rust and dirt mingled wheelbarrow to the pond, so obviously created for these very creatures. The place they were meant to be, enclosed in those four slab-paved sides, whether they liked it or not. There was nothing quite like the coldness of their skin on mine on warm spring days, and the feel of their quickened heartbeat on the palm…

    • 22 Feb 2018
  • Show the Love for Halvergate Marshes

    Show the Love for Halvergate Marshes

    Mark Smart - Senior Site Manager of Berney Marshes and Breydon Water

     

    The impact of climate change

    Whether you’re a climate change sceptic or completely accept it, we must all appreciate that our weather systems are changing and becoming increasingly unpredictable.

    Gone are the balmy summer days I remember as a child and teenager in the 80s, and gone are the predictable…

    • 12 Feb 2018
  • Why we need to show the love for people, places and species

    James Robinson, Regional Director Eastern England

    This piece first appeared in the Eastern Daily Press on 31st January 2018.

     

    What will you be doing this Valentine’s Day? Romantic dinner? Trip to Paris? Buying a last-minute gift? Indulging in a takeaway with friends?

    Chances are, you’re not going to be dwelling on the state of the planet. It’s not a topic that generally comes up on the most romantic day…

    • 6 Feb 2018