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  • Comment: Bring back our bees
    March 31, 2017

    Pesticides known as ‘neonicotinoids’ are devastating for bee populations. And the European Union is ready to ban three of them, according to The Guardian.

    Over the past five years, scientists across European universities have been studying the impacts of pesticides on bees. ... Read more...


  • Search is on for nature’s ambassadors
    March 24, 2017

    Ambassadors for nature are being recruited by A Rocha UK and one of our partners, as interns are sought both for the national team and for a centre in South Wales.

    Leading the emerging generation into nurturing ‘wild nature’ will ... Read more...


  • School makes a mark on community
    March 24, 2017

    IMG_3647More than 400 West London schoolchildren have made their mark on A Rocha UK’s urban nature reserve Wolf Fields.

    They followed in Banksy’s footsteps – or should we say handprints – by hand painting leaves for autumn, spring and summer trees on ... Read more...


  • Eco church launches revised survey
    March 24, 2017

    green communion story pic 3 - 1A new version of Eco Church’s online survey is to be launched – and the team is growing to cope with rising demand for A Rocha UK’s award scheme.

    This second edition will include some new ... Read more...


  • Dragonflies fire the imagination
    March 24, 2017

    Willow Emerald damselfly pair in tandem egg laying 9.9.15A Rocha UK are watching life spring from death, as they get ready for the official opening of their new nature reserve Foxearth Meadows.

    They’ve found that dragonflies are using diseased ... Read more...


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