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Thoughts, opinions, insights from Wild Anglia and guests on a wide range of environmental topics with new posts monthly.

Suffolk Climate Emergency Plan published

Update from David Walton Programme Manager Suffolk Climate Change Partnership. Suffolk’s Public Sector Leaders (SPSL) have published a Climate Emergency Plan for the county. It is for use by everyone living, working and visiting Suffolk and has been developed in response to our Local Authorities’ recognition of a climate emergency. The leaders of Suffolk’s public…

By Wild Anglia July 6, 2021 Off

Achieving Nut Zero! by Peter Alan

Another blog from Peter Alan and his unusual take on Environmental issues Love this one! The summer burst into life late May and I spent some time in Thetford Forest sketching treescapes and capturing that dappled light. Sitting under a tree and putting the finishing touches to a drawing I glanced down to see a…

By Wild Anglia June 30, 2021 Off

an amusing blog from Peter Alan

An amusing story with messages from a partner read and smile 🙂 A Conversation with a Pollinator! I was sitting in the garden late yesterday afternoon enjoying a small aperitif as you do…when the tranquility was somewhat interrupted by the constant but not unpleasant buzzing of a couple of bees. One landed on a nearby…

By Wild Anglia June 25, 2021 Off

Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards 2018-19 are open for entries!

Entries are now open for the eleventh Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards! The award scheme, hosted jointly by Norfolk County Council and Norwich City Council, recognises unsung environmental individuals, projects and schemes with a strong ecological or environmentally-friendly ethos, and groups and organisations which can show they adopt a sound eco approach to their business.…

By Wild Anglia October 5, 2018 Off

Connecting Wild Words and Actions

The sober assessment of Britain’s battered wildlife, as reported in the State of Nature Report of 2016, prompts a resuscitated call for new approaches to acting on wild words. There is an irony here. We are facing possibly the most serious disruption of long standing wildlife habitat in a generation, bearing in mind that throughout…

By Richard Powell OBE September 3, 2018 Off