Earthwatch researchers Beth Pudifoot and Victor Beumer explore why urban nature is so important, and why those of us who have access are lucky to during the COVID19 pandemic.
Kate Jennings, head of site conservation policy at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), reflects on the findings of an Unchecked UK report on regulation which shows that the majority of UK economy and society support ambitious environmental regulations.
Josephine Head, Senior Research Lead on Sustainable Agriculture at Earthwatch Europe, reflects on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global food system, and how the UK agricultural sector needs to adapt, both in the short and longer-term.
Dr. Isabel Bishop, Research Manager - Freshwater at EarthWatch writes about the value of clean water and the long-term impact of COVID-19 on water quality.
Nick Molho, Executive Director of the Aldersgate Group, says that key amendments are needed to deliver a world leading environmental regime and an investible proposition for business.
Josephine Head, Senior Research Lead on Sustainable Agriculture at Earthwatch Europe, explains how businesses can play a central role in improving soil health and protecting biodiversity.
Bruce Howard, Director of the Ecosystems Knowledge Network, responds to the latest global assessment of the state of nature, urging more showcasing of the 'good life' associated with a restored natural environment.
Alistair Taylor, Senior Policy Officer, Nature Directives at the RSPB and Martin Casey, Director of Public Affairs Europe at CEMEX argue in this joint blog that there is an urgent need for political rhetoric to be reflected in real action on the ground.