Is it fair? Child poverty and fair access green space

A report released today by the National Children’s Bureau reveals an ugly truth. The number of children in the UK living in poverty is on the rise. In 1971, 2 million children were deemed to be living ‘in poverty’. Today it’s 3 million. The report, ‘Greater Expectations’, isn’t just focussed on material poverty – not…

Goldilocks and the Renewables

It is not often that you hear a large organisation referring to its renewable energy programme in terms of a fairly tale. More commonly renewable energy issues are enshrouded in gloom, generating fear either about not enough being done, or the negative impact of new installations on landscapes. But not so at the National Trust.…