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Mayoral candidates must prioritise nature
In May, our local and Mayoral elections in England will be a real opportunity for communities to speak up for the nature and greenspace they love. Over the past year so many of us have found solace in nature - the support for its recovery is overwhelming.
So now is the time to ask your candidates for Mayor – what are you going to do for nature in my local community?
Latest blog posts
Looking ahead to the year for nature and climate
For millions of us, trapped at home during lockdown, being able to escape to nature never felt more important. But the reality is that nature is in crisis too. Over 40 million birds have vanished from UK skies in the last 50 years and just five pe...Posted 11 Feb 2021 by Krissy Le Huray
Bring it to life with a photo
Firstly, a massive thank you for being here. The power of people is how we make change. Why now? The next stage of the Environment Bill (the Report Stage debate) is on Tuesday 26 th January. This is where MPs vote on proposed changes to the Bil...Posted 15 Jan 2021 by Ruth Lindley
Positive news from 2020
2020 - has it flown or has it dragged? We started this year feeling inspired: full of energy and anticipation for what it was to bring for nature and the climate. It was dubbed THE year for action. Unfortunately, we've seen lives turned upside dow...Posted 17 Dec 2020 by Krissy Le Huray
The Environment Bill - the what, why and where?
We’ve been banging on about the Environment Bill for a long time, but that’s because the Bill is a once-in-generation opportunity to save nature. So, why is this Bill so important? What is the environment Bill? The Environment Bill sets out how th...Posted 16 Oct 2020 by Ruth Lindley