New pocket wetlands boost Regent’s Canal wildlife at King's Cross
Thursday 14th August, 2014
As part of its ‘Wildlife on Your Waterways’ project, London Wildlife Trust and frog environmental, in partnership with the Canal & River Trust, have installed a series of floating islands on the Regent’s Canal in Kings Cross, creating pockets of urban wetland habitat for London’s wildlife.
Walthamstow Wetlands to be Europe’s largest urban wetland reserve
Friday 8th August, 2014
London Wildlife Trust will be working with Waltham Forest Council and Thames Water to create Walthamstow Wetlands, an exciting new urban wetland nature reserve.
Open day celebrates 25 years of nature in SE London
Friday 1st August, 2014
Once a derelict council depot and now a thriving nature reserve; Peckham’s Centre for Wildlife Gardening celebrates its 25th anniversary with a special open day on Sunday 10th August.
London Infrastructure Plan must result in a gain for nature and wildlife
Friday 1st August, 2014
London Wildlife Trust welcomes the Mayor’s publication of the London Infrastructure Plan 2050 and the commitment within to ensure that green infrastructure – the network of the city’s parks, nature reserves, rivers, woodlands and other green spaces – are part of the plan.
Take the kids on a free wildlife adventure in King’s Cross
Thursday 31st July, 2014
London Wildlife Trust is running a series of family-friendly activities at Camley Street Natural Park over coming weekends, kicking off with a special Wild about Weekends event on Saturday, 9th of August from 10am to 5pm.
London's rivers and waterways - new courses and training
Thursday 26th June, 2014
Outdoor Office Day - it's time to take it outside!
Friday 13th June, 2014
On Friday 20th June London Wildlife Trust is challenging offices across London to take it outside. We are urging office workers to abandon their desks for up to an hour, and experience the green spaces which flourish across the capital city, as part of #OutdoorOfficeDay.
London Wildlife Trust welcomes Elaine Sullivan as new Chair
Thursday 5th June, 2014
Restoring nature to the Regents Canal with floating islands
Friday 2nd May, 2014
Narrow boats, ducks and unwanted litter aren’t the only things that float in the Regents Canal. Four new, floating islands have been berthed opposite Baynes Street Canalside Garden in Camden, north London by the Wildlife on your Waterways Team, funded by Royal Bank of Canada and Heritage Lottery Fund.
London Wildlife Trust warns HS2 will cause irrecoverable damage to wildlife habitats in NW London
Friday 25th April, 2014
London Wildlife Trust is calling on MPs to insist that HS2 has a hugely reduced environmental impact, when they meet on Monday 28th April for the Second Reading of the HS2 Hybrid Bill. The Trust is also demanding that the Terms of Reference must include HS2’s impact on wildlife.