Analysing the state of the UK’s nature

by Dr Nick Isaac and Charlie Outhwaite, co-authors of State of Nature 2016

The first State of Nature report published in 2013 was influential for shaping the debate about wildlife conservation in the UK. Tomorrow (14 September 2016) sees the publication of the follow-up State of Nature 2016, with updated analysis and reporting. Some of you may have seen a preview of the 2016 report on BBC TV's Countryfile programme this weekend.

Wild bees and neonicotinoids – defining the decline

Earlier this week our new paper linking wild bee declines with neonicotinoid pesticides was published. This is a controversial topic so the media attention has been pretty intense: so far we’ve done numerous interviews for TV, radio and written journalism, all helped by a briefing session at the excellent Science Media Centre in London.

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