Nature NewsHome / Lifestyle / News /UK Nature NewsLatest News Headlines Countryfile NewsDaylight Saving Time UK: When do the clocks change and why do we change them? 22 October, 2021BBC Countryfile Magazine issue 183 22 October, 2021The best first aid kits to buy for outdoor adventures 22 October, 2021The best nature audiobooks to listen to 22 October, 2021The best vegetable gardening books to buy 22 October, 2021 The Guardian / EnvironmentPrince Charles warns of 'dangerously narrow window' to act on climate crisis – video 23 October, 2021Saudi Arabia sets target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 23 October, 202110 of the best eco-friendly places to stay in Europe 23 October, 2021‘We don’t need to buy more stuff’: the people who kit out their home for free 23 October, 2021Climate crisis education should be embedded in system, say unions 23 October, 2021 Wildlife Trusts NewsThe Wildlife Trusts’ response to the Government’s Net Zero Strategy 19 October, 2021Charities are key to get public to act on climate crisis 13 October, 2021Climate action needs nature. 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Neither will succeed if we don’t prepare for a changing world 8 October, 2021New report says planning reform must make access to nature legal and fair 5 October, 2021The Wildlife Trusts raise £25m in a year to kickstart nature’s recovery 28 September, 2021 Greenpeace UK NewsGreenpeace’s volunteer firefighters on the frontlines of climate change in Russia and Indonesia 22 October, 2021Meet six incredible Black trailblazers working in green jobs 22 October, 2021Join volunteer groups around the UK for the Tesco local polling hand-in 22 October, 2021Why Boris Johnson should strengthen the UK Environment Bill 15 October, 2021Greenpeace Reaction to Government’s Boiler Ban – Good but not good enough 15 October, 2021 The New Scientist / EarthWatch footage from inside a Category 4 hurricane 7 October, 2021Marble of ancient Greek statue traced to its likely origin 5 October, 2021Melbourne rocked by Victoria's biggest earthquake on record 22 September, 2021The ozone hole over the South Pole is now bigger than Antarctica 15 September, 2021Wildfires give a window into our planet's future 25 August, 2021 Inside EcologyChanging Chalk: partnership aims to breathe new life into ancient landscape with £2m grant 22 October, 2021Sharks and rays are in free fall: More than one-third are threatened with extinction from overfishing 22 October, 2021Rewilding can boost and diversify rural and coastal jobs – new report 22 October, 2021The Mammal Society embarks on landmark conservation project to help protect the UK’s red squirrels 22 October, 2021Legal win offers hope of new era for beavers and farmers 22 October, 2021 edie.net NewsGlasgow unveils Green Deal draft to reach net-zero emissions by 2030 22 October, 2021Bupa targets net-zero emissions by 2040 21 October, 2021At a glance: All the key announcements in the Net-Zero Strategy 20 October, 2021Net-Zero Review: Carbon pricing won't offset tax revenue losses from fossil fuels 19 October, 2021A substantial step forward, or huge letdown? The green economy reacts to the Net-Zero Strategy 19 October, 2021 Inside Track NewsThe Judicial Review and Courts Bill threatens to deter challenges to unlawful environmental decisions 14 October, 2021Food insecurity and the climate crisis are grounds to reframe thinking around land in the UK 12 October, 2021Exmoor is showing what a 21st century National Park can look like 7 October, 2021The new Sustainable Farming Incentive explained 4 October, 2021There’s a reality gap in the government’s promise to protect 30 per cent of land for nature 2 September, 2021 The Guardian / Rural AffairsTurning over a new leaf: the humble hedge stages a remarkable comeback 23 October, 2021Country diary: A fox on the old railway track, rich copper and dipped in myth 22 October, 2021Country diary: The water levels are low below this quiet hillside 21 October, 2021Country diary: The caterpillar that sways to the rhythm of the trees 20 October, 2021Country diary: two mute swans are serene in the falling darkness 19 October, 2021Climate Change News The Guardian / Climate ChangePrince Charles warns of 'dangerously narrow window' to act on climate crisis – video 23 October, 2021Speaking at the event in Riyadh on Saturday, Prince Charles said there was a 'dangerously narrow window' to accelerate climate action. In a video message to the Saudi Green Initiative Forum, and just a week before the Cop26 summit in Glasgow, the Prince of Wales said world leaders must ‘consider the kind of future existence that we […]Saudi Arabia sets target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 23 October, 2021One of world’s biggest oil exporters more than doubles its annual target to reduce carbon emissionsSaudi Arabia, one of the world’s top oil exporters, has announced it aims to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 and more than double its annual target to reduce carbon emissions.Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the announcement […]Climate crisis education should be embedded in system, say unions 23 October, 2021Government urged to carry out comprehensive review of curriculum and decarbonise school estate by 2030Climate crisis education should become fully embedded in the system, unions have urged.A joint letter to the education secretary, Nadhim Zahawi, calls for a review of the curriculum to ensure everyone is mobilised for a “sustainable future”. 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