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Ecology & Conservation

  • DEFRA (UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs)
  • Natural England (UK Government-funded organisation that aims to conserve and enhance the natural environment)
  • Joint Nature Conservation Committee (Statutory adviser to the UK Government on nature conservation)
  • The Wildlife Trusts (Largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to the conservation of habitats and species)
  • IEEM (The Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management)
  • Flora Locale (UK charity that restores and protects wild plant communities)
  • Plantlife (International charity dedicated to conserving plants in their natural habitats)
  • The Bat Conservation Trust (UK bat conservation charity)
  • The Mammal Society (Organisation dedicated to the study and conservation of all British mammals)
  • RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds - large UK charity focused on protecting birds)
  • The Bumblebee Conservation Trust (UK charity set up in response to growing concern over ‘the plight of the bumblebee’)
  • Froglife (UK charity committed to the conservation of amphibians and reptiles)
  • British Mycological Society (UK charity that promotes all aspects of fungi)
  • Naturenet (Independent advice on UK countryside & nature conservation)

Environmentally Friendly Products

  • Smallwoods (Promotes the management of small woodlands through the sustainable growing and harvesting of timber products, offering advice and training courses to woodland owners)


  • The Good Shopping Guide (Free ethical shopping tool that allows you to check whether products are made by companies that respect human rights, the environment and animal welfare)
  • The Ecologist (Magazine highlighting ecological and environmental issues, with advice on ethical living)
  • Zero Art Design (Small, independent web design business hosting Native Forestry)


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