Mutualism is a vital aspect of many species survival, and without this collaboration, they would suffer. This post will take a look at some examples of mutualism between animals, plants and fungi, and discuss some of the ways through which these associations are being affected.
During the last few months, many people have reconnected with the natural world. Lockdown has shined a light on how vital having green space is to our health and well being.
Insects are in growing decline in the UK. How can we replenish and connect insect habitats?
UK rivers are becoming increasingly polluted with untreated sewage. Take action for rivers today with the Rivers Trust.
The increased diversity promoted by this unassuming yellow flower is vital for sustaining and re-establishing meadows.
Fiction: Bats are blind All of our UK bat species have excellent vision that allows them to see […]
Onshore wind farms have a complicated relationship with the natural world. They provide around 49% of the renewable […]
Woodlands are such beautiful and vibrant places. There are countless wildflowers blooming this April like primroses, bluebells and […]
Welcome to the second part of this two-part special collaboration on palm oil. The first part is on […]
What is solarpunk? “A movement that seeks to answer and embody the question – what does a sustainable […]