A bird collaboration to intrigue and inspire
St Martin's hosts immersive nature installation
Photos capture Aurora Borealis from around the world
New exhibition challenges perceptions of plants
Artist to draw visitors to wetland nature sites
Nature's exhibition that can be seen from space
BBC Natural world experience opens in London
Gary Bunt paints a new take on Creation
The 'art' of nature: Films to fund survival of Italy's Marsican brown bear
Artist delights in metropolis
Art for nature hits the beach
Journey with Beatrix Potter at the V&A from February 2022
Eden's new sky spectacular carries a message for our planet
Ark on Scottish hillside rocks the boat
Pride of 'painted' lions stalk the streets to raise funds for conservation
Drone wildlife spectacular lights up the Cornish skies with message for G7 leaders
United by a common thread, artists create to save the planet
Designer turns leeks into lightshow ...
New stamps from the Royal Mail celebrate the UK's 'Brilliant Bugs'
Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020 finalists announced
Post a smile from nature ...
Artists invited to respond to the 'Create Art for Earth' initiative ...
The latest on the Cathedral Tour ...
Twenty-one life sized bronze elephants have arrived in London and will be on display from 4th December 2019.
Artists raise money for the Blue Marine Foundation
Mary Waltham is carrying on the tradition of engaging visitors at Selbourne ...
In early September, Swiss-born artist and curator Klaus Littmann planted 300 trees in an Austrian football stadium, creating a spectacular work of art designed to encourage the audience to contemplate the future of this earth and realise that nature may someday be found only in specially designated spaces.
Hot on the heels, or should I say hooves, of the success of his recent equine and praying hands installations at the Biennale in Venice, Equine sculptor Nic Fiddian-Green has just launched Monumental Landscapes at the Saatchi Gallery.
As if we needed confirmation of the fact, scientists agree that we need to spend at least 2 hours a week in nature to derive the benefits and increasing numbers of GP's are prescribing nature-based interventions for a variety of chronic diseases and long-term conditions.