Farming and wildlife – time to stop the polarised debate and work together
Jon Davies, director of RSK Wilding, explains why we should ignore any polarising rhetoric around farming and wildlife and get on with creating an agricultural landscape that is sustainable, biodiverse and productive.
How Singapore became a world leader in water resilience
Over the last century, Singapore has overcome many challenges to become a world leader in water infrastructure. Through an unparalleled feat of design and engineering excellence, the country has successfully secured water resilience for its people.
How brownfield land can benefit local communities and environments
Abandoned and derelict land can be transformed to provide valuable green space, havens for nature or renewable energy generation opportunities, according to environmental specialist Dr Tom Henman.
How restoring rivers increases resilience against climate change
Actively restoring rivers by reinstating natural river processes will play a vital role in building resilience against climate change and helping offset the global freshwater biodiversity crisis.