The fight is on to save Coton Orchard Members only Members only
But why was the destruction of a declining habitat, rich in rare species, approved in the first place?
In grey city spaces, a greener future is growing Members only Members only
Urban agriculture is springing up in London's wastelands. But will the city ever be able to feed itself?
The wood and the road: my battle to save an irreplaceable ecosystem Members only Members only
The Norwich Western Link will destroy the ancient habitats of the Wensum Valley – and make a mockery of the government's policy on biodiversity.
Wild swimming is losing its wildness Members only Members only
Restrictions on swimming at Grantchester Meadows represent a growing trend for bureaucracy. Disadvantaged communities will be first to suffer.
'Our hikes were a political statement': The Sheffield walkers reclaiming 2,000 years of rural history Members only Members only
When Maxwell Ayamba set up a hiking group for middle-aged Black men in 2004, he didn't realise it would be such a revolutionary act.
Less than 15% of councils have declared an Ecological Emergency. Why the delay? Members only Members only
In comparison, 83% of county and unitary authorities have declared a Climate Emergency.
Ecological Emergency declarations: additional resources Members only Members only
We've pulled together all the key documents, actions, quotes and media reports for councils that have declared an Ecological Emergency.
How is your local council managing its roadside verges? Members only Members only
Exclusive: With the right interventions, road verges can become a haven for wildflowers. We asked every council in England for its management regime.