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A poem by Nib
Once vast, they now cover just two per cent of the UK – when were you last in real wild woods?
Mass Anti-fracking Blockade and Action
The value of trees in cities
Ordinary people are going to extraordinary lengths to stop extreme energy extraction in England
England’s most ambitious conservation programme launches to save threatened indigenous species
The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees
Meet the key players to understand why central government ignores the wishes of local communities and drives through corporate interests
“Vote in hope, not in fear. Vote Green!”
New mechanisms are helping regular people access the land again
Research Round-up: a digest of research and reports on fracking 2015-16
A DIY guide to creating independent politics by Peter Macfadyen
This is the chance of a generation!
The nature of environmental change on a shrinking planet is such that all human actions are interconnected and interdependent; hosepipes in England link to parched lands in Africa.