Britain's native amphibians are in steep decline thanks to wetlands disappearing and ponds drying up.
Your local ducks (and other wild birds) will thank you.
New research sheds light on the unsung heroes of pollination.
Ponds create 'insect chimneys' which are a boon for hungry farmland birds.
Hundreds of thousands of lakes, rivers and streams in the Arctic exist only because of the permafrost that lies beneath them. The warming Arctic threatens to change that.
New research finds that farm ponds actually capture nitrous oxide; this finding can be useful in combatting climate change.
Ponds are good for more than just decorating the garden – they could be your best tool in fighting climate change.
As ponds dry up, so too does our connection to nature.
Pond life can recolonise from seeds and eggs which lie dormant in the soil.