Here’s a selection of our 2015 press releases, other news, media coverage and items of interest.
Harbour porpoise sightings off Scotland’s west coast increased by 25 per cent in 2014 compared to the previous year while sightings of basking sharks unexpectedly fell by 33 per cent, during marine research expeditions carried out by Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust.
Leading homeware retailer HomeSense has raised more than £5,200 for Action for Children’s North Somerset Short Breaks and Bristol Supporting Families services for children and young people.
A substantial increase in common dolphin numbers off western Scotland is to be studied by Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust.
Rewilding Scotland was in the spotlight at a lecture by conservationist Alan Watson Featherstone, founder and Executive Director of Trees for Life.
Wildlife, culture and the great outdoors will feature in Green Adventures – a new online travel magazine inspiring green travel, launched today (17 March).
An acclaimed forest restoration project is demonstrating how conservation can create employment opportunities says award-winning charity Trees for Life.
Environmental project Little Green Space has been awarded a £500 Greenwatch Action Grant to fund a new education pack about pollination and bees.
Two members of world-famous US soccer team LA Galaxy were special guests at Action for Children’s Hackney Young Carers service today (17 February).
A new film by award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life aims to increase awareness about the ancient Caledonian Forest and its unique wildlife.
With concerns growing about the future of Britain’s bumblebees, a unique interactive Pollination Conference for all ages will be held in Derbyshire on Thursday 30 April.