The UK is home to many species that have been struggling. Some have disappeared altogether. We want to make sure these species are given the chance to make a comeback.
Through collaborations with the seafood supply chain, we are making it easier for consumers to make the right choices when it comes to buying seafood.
The UK Supreme Court has quashed the Government’s ineffective plans to cut illegal levels of air pollution in Britain and ordered it to deliver new ones by the end of the year.
ClientEarth has teamed up with the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP) to launch the Climate and Pensions Legal Initiative (CPLI).
The UK has changed the way it calculates energy savings without changing its energy efficiency policy, a new report has shown.
Sea bass is popular with diners and anglers around the world. Unfortunately, the sea bass in waters around the UK and Ireland have been overfished…
The harbour seal population in the UK is in decline. A recent UK-wide report concluded that the population was considered ‘unfavourable – inadequate.’
Major UK environmental NGOs say stronger action is needed to protect pollinators from pesticides in National Pollinator Strategy
A coalition of major seafood suppliers has published two codes of conduct guiding their environmental labelling and sourcing policies.
We believe the new framework must be designed to achieve the objectives and requirements of the Common Fisheries Policy.
Members of the Bee Coalition today welcome the Government’s public ‘Call to Action’ to help reverse declining bee numbers and other pollinating insects.
The pesticides giant Syngenta has retracted its request to use harmful neonicotinoid pesticides.
The LSE’s decision to join the UN sustainability initiative is an important one, and has the potential to fight climate change.
Briefing: Advisory Councils must now be consulted on the design and implementation of crucial fisheries management tools
Ministers must stand up to intense lobbying from the pesticide industry by refusing to allow a banned bee-harming pesticide to be used on Britain’s crops,
The Common Fisheries Policy puts sustainability at the centre of how fisheries are managed. Unfortunately, funding could be distributed in ways that undermine this progress…
Some pesticides have been banned by the European Commission. Some companies are challenging this pesticides ban, so we’re standing up for the bees.
We’ve joined with 12 other organisations to call for the UK Govt to show its commitment to reversing bee declines with a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides.
The UK Government to show its commitment to reversing pollinator declines by fully enforcing the ban on bee-harming pesticide use.
in 2011, we challenged the environment secretary for failing to meet air quality standards. It’s been a long battle through the UK courts, but in May the supreme court agreed with us.
Air pollution causes death, serious illness and hospital admissions even at levels well below current EU limits, according to an alarming new report from the World Health Organization (WHO).
We’ve just launched a brand new SSC website and a draft labelling code on environmental claims for sourcing and labelling.
Beekeepers and supporters will be marching on Parliament to persuade Government to support an EU ban of chemicals that are harmful to bees.