Campaigning for nature
We're working hard to stop bad things happening unnecessarily to beautiful places around the UK. We need a planning system that creates the right development, in the right place. Together we can secure a future for the nature we love.
The UK Government’s proposals for licensing areas for fracking do not currently exclude protected areas, national parks or other special places. This could have a devastating impact on our most vulnerable wildlife and habitats and our ability to tackle climate change.
Please email the Government today and ask them not to frack nature’s home.
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Advice to help you influence local decisions and protect the wildlife that is important to you.
Our local planning packs are specially designed for each country, and guide you through the (sometimes) tricky process of protecting a special place near you. More...
We've picked out the top five cases we're currently working on and that need your help.
Lodge Hill, Chattenden Woods, Kent
The Hoo Peninsula in north Kent is home to one of the largest populations of nightingales in the UK. The nationally important nightingale population at Lodge Hill is threatened by proposals on behalf of the Ministry of Defence to build a new settlement of up to 5,000 houses. The RSPB is continuing its fight against this proposal.
Scottish and Southern Electricity (SSE) has applied to the Scottish Government for consent for a 39-turbine wind farm at Strathy South, a site immediately adjacent to the RSPB Forsinard reserve in the heart of the Flow Country. RSPB Scotland's objection has been backed by the Highland Council.
Tana River Delta
One of the most important wetlands in Africa is in danger of drowning under a plethora of proposed developments.
We submitted a formal complaint to the European Commission over decisions by Natural England that place at risk the internationally important habitats and wildlife of protected areas in the South Pennines.
Able Marine Energy Park
Able UK's marine energy park will destroy 45ha of the Humber estuary that internationally important wildlife relies on. We need your support to fight for a better approach.
Stories, news and updates on our work to save special places.
Posted by Andre Farrar