London Wildlife Trust and Spread The Word are delighted to announce that This Is Our Place, our nature writing project celebrating London's wildlife, nature and the diverse communities of the…
In Spring 2022, London Wildlife Trust will be releasing its new book London in the Wild: Exploring Nature in the City, with a foreword by conservationist and broadcaster Chris Packham.
With the London Mayoral elections approaching on 6th May 2021, the Trust is part of a coalition of environmental partners putting forward a manifesto for the incoming Mayor to consider.
The latest news on progress at Camley Street Natural Park
Position Statement by London Wildlife Trust
Updated January 2021
Walthamstow Wetlands has welcomed summer with a flurry of wildlife activity and visitors. During these testing times where covid-19 has affected every corner of the globe, Walthamstow Wetlands has…
London Wildlife Trust responds to news that the Supreme Court’s ruling on 16th December overturns a Court of Appeal decision made earlier in the year to block Heathrow’s expansion plans
Young Londoners took the lead in protecting our city's wildlife in London Wildlife Trust’s latest digital learning programme
The London Urban Forest Plan sets out the goals and priority actions for protect, managing and expanding London's urban forest.
An update from Camley Street Natural Park