News archive - June 2013
Read the stories that were making our headlines in June 2013:
Our response to a report published by UNESCO following their visit to the Giant’s Causeway in February 2013 to assess the impact of the Runkerry Golf Resort development on Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site.
Wales wins top green award
We've won one of the most prestigious environmental awards in the UK for our pioneering and cutting edge energy work in Wales.
The State of Nature report highlights our relationship with wildlife in the UK, and outlines the challenges that lie ahead.
We welcome the announcement of the £1.6m funded Catchment Based Approach from DEFRA which recognises the need for us to work at a larger catchment scale and in partnership across government, conservation organisations and local communities.
The announcement by government that local people are to get a stronger voice over planning decisions on wind farms is an important step in the right direction.
Over 22,000 people gathered to celebrate the coming of the summer solstice at National Trust Stonehenge Landscape and Avebury.
With his trusty 1958 Norton motorcycle and a passion for historic gardens, Stourhead's head gardener is setting off for a three month tour of some of the best gardens of England, Ireland and Wales.
Places such as the Giant's Causeway could be under threat from a Planning Bill which is currently going through the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Cold, unsettled and often chaotic weather has led to a difficult time for the nation’s wildlife.