03 November 2021
What role does ecology play in the UK government's 'Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener'?
02 November 2021
Find out what happened at the first part of CBD COP15 and how the post-2020 biodiversity framework is shaping up
01 November 2021
Damaged coral reefs show slower than expected recovery for up to six years before switching to a faster phase of regrowth.
29 October 2021
A close up of a Kumlien's Gull’s eye has been awarded Overall Winner of Capturing Ecology.
28 October 2021
A 10 year experiment in Brazil's Atlantic Forests finds that areas where large herbivores are present show lower loss of biodiversity than areas they're excluded from.
25 October 2021
For Professor Simon Leather, leading ecologist and entomologist and passionate educator.
20 October 2021
2021 has been dubbed the super year for nature, but what does this mean for science policy in Scotland?
15 October 2021
The British Ecological Society (BES) announced today the winners of its annual awards and prizes.
13 October 2021
06 October 2021
Bethany Chamberlain, BES Policy Officer has written a blog on her experience of the Policy Training event held by SPRE and SPG in September!
06 October 2021
By decoding honeybees’ waggle dances, researchers have found that bees in agricultural areas travel further for food than those in urban areas.
29 September 2021
The Scottish Policy Group’s written interview series to celebrate 10 years!
27 September 2021
New research establishes a novel mechanism for the coexistence of competing flowering species.
22 September 2021
Landmark research led by ZSL climate and biodiversity experts concludes that both global emergencies must be tackled in unison.
21 September 2021
A study of semi-captive Asian elephants has found that calves benefit from having older sisters more than older brothers.