Why should we make a big deal about near-threatened species? Why is it just as important to put effort into conserving near-threatened species as it is those which are vulnerable, for example? Looking at The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species (also referred to as the IUCN Red List) theContinue reading “Bat Series: Extinction Vortex”
As halloween approaches, batty decorations make an appearance in shops and homes. But how much do we know about the world’s only mammal capable of true flight?
RIP Cubbington Pear Tree 1770 – 2020
Part 2: The NET (National Eviction Team) HS2 have paid for High Court laws to protect their interests on the land they’ve stolen. The black clad NET are basically sheriff’s deputies hired to enforce that. However their aggressive actions now extend way beyond that remit. The NET have a reputation for violence, and for gettingContinue reading “A Guide to HS2 Goons 🧟♂️🧟♀️”
HS2 is sinking to a new low, assaulting and illegally detaining 69 year old pensioner on public footpath. The incident occurred on the morning of 13th October 2020 and police had to step in.
Widespread jubilation as HS2 works will be unable to continue until Summer 2021.
After a week of protests by anti-HS2 campaigners and Aylesbury Vale residents, local villagers to chose to pay homage to the Doddershall House and the Oak tree (pictured below) that has been a part of the daily life of Quainton for centuries and is being destroyed for HS2. When they arrived, a HS2 security van was already parked along with a camera van leaving the local community members shocked.
This issue is dedicated to all the brave Extinction Rebellion and Stop HS2 activists who took action on the 9th of October, from Euston to Lichfield. We are here to thank them, recap the highlights of this extraordinary day of National Rebellion and remind you of all the ways in which you can keep acting, so that the wonderful momentum of this action does not dwindle.
Extinction Rebellion and Stop HS2 activists blocked the largest High Speed 2 work site from 7am until dusk on Friday 9th October.
An independent team of ecologists recently released a report evidencing a Barbastelle bat roost at Jones’ Hill Wood, Buckinghamshire, one of 20 ancient woodlands targeted for clearance by HS2 from October 1st.