Showing posts from 2020

Happy Christmas, CJS is now closed until the New Year

Developing the conservation workforce of the future

When the world stopped, nature was there for us

The last CJS Weekly of 2020 has now gone 'to print'.

Welsh Wildlife during lockdown ‐ survey reveals how nature responded

CJS Professional: December edition

CMA launch FREE Student Starter Membership for one year

New citizen science app will help restore UK sand dunes

Getting ahead in ecology: what many ecologists don’t know they don’t know…

Surrey Countryside Partnerships - for healthy habitats & people participation

In celebration of International Day of People with Disabilities today we revisit an article from Open Country

Introducing our Featured Charity for 2021: Campaign for National Parks

A bat's best friend

Christmas wishes from the CJS Team, we hope you have a happy and healthy festive season.

Bridging the Gap: barriers and solutions for young people entering the environmental sector

Getting into Ecological Consultancy: Degree vs Experience

Litter picking is not a sustainable solution for the countryside - we need systemic change to clean up trashed Britain

Top tips: Encouraging children to get outdoors

Tree Council keeping nation #TreelyConnected through online arts and culture events for National Tree Week

We meet some of the Mammal Society Team

CJS Professional: November edition.

Ask the Ranger - change of plans.

Can you help us to map tree canopy cover for urban areas across the UK?

Colouring in the margins: Discovering the arable habitat and resources to help

Hedgehogs at threat: Why we’re losing the nation’s favourite mammal and how universities are helping

Lockdown, tiers and early closing