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Campaigns and Reports

  • Buglife Breckland beetles final report

  • Celebrating Scottish Invertebrates

    Final report for the Celebrating Scottish Invertebrates Project

  • South West Bees Project Survey Report 2014

    A report on the status of threatened bees in the South West region with recommendations for conservation action

  • Ditch Manual

    A manual for the survey and evaluation of the aquatic plant and invertebrate assemblages of grazing marsh ditch systems - Version 6

  • Suggestions for amendments to Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 non-native invertebrate species

    Buglife’s suggestions for amendments to Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981: non-native invertebrate species. This report, compiled by Dr Margaret Palmer focuses specifically on the Leathery sea-squirt (Styela clava), White river crayfish (Procambarus acutus), Asian shore crab (Hemigrapsus sanguineus), Virile crayfish (Orconectes virilis), the Asian clam (Corbicula fluminea) and sub-species of Buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris terrestris) and (Bombus terrestris dalmatinus).

  • Assessment of invertebrate biodiverity on four brownfield sites in the Inner Forth Area

    An assessment of invertebrate biodiverity on four brownfield sites in the Inner Forth Area

  • Identifying Open Mosaic Habitat on vacant and derelict land in the Inner Forth Area

    A report discussing the identification of Open Mosaic Habitat on vacant and derelict land in the Inner Forth Area.

  • South West Bees - Summary Report

    The South West is of national importance for bees, due to the unique conditions resulting from a combination of climate and great diversity of habitats. The region is home to nationally rare and threatened species, and for some, the South West supports a national stronghold or the last known population in the UK.

  • South West Bees Report

    A report on the status of threatened bees in the South West region with recommendations for conservation action

     

  • Pollinator Manifesto

    Get Britain Buzzing: A Manifesto for Pollinators

    Buglife’s 7 principles and 27 actions to arrest the alarming decline in UK pollinator populations

     

  • Floods and Dredging - a reality check

    Widespread dredging could make flooding in some communities worse in future – not better – according to a new report published by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and endorsed by the Blueprint for Water coalition of environmental NGOs.

     

  • A Review of the Impact of Artificial Light on Invertebrates

    This report reviews the availiable literature on how humans are changing the light environment and the impact that this kind of light pollution has on insects and other invertebrates. The report makes recommendations and identifies several further research areas.

  • The Impact of Neonicotinoid insecticides on bumblebees, Honey Bees and other non-target invertebrates

    A 2009 report which reviews the scientific literature on the effects on neonicotinoids on the environment and beneficial invertebrates.

  • The State of Brownfields in the Thames Gateway

    This review highlights that over a six-year period, over half (51%) of important brownfields within the Thames Gateway had been lost, damaged or were under immediate threat.

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