Spotlight on the new Natural History GCSE

26th May 2022


Tom Pashby talks about why the new Natural History GCSE is such an important step forward for climate and biodiversity preservation

It’s increasingly rare that climate writers get to cover positive news, and this is one of those few occa-sions. Thanks to years of campaigning from environmental activists, a Natural History GCSE wil

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