We cannot ignore the role of nature in stopping the climate emergency. Alongside the National Trust and Woodland Trust, we insist world leaders at COP26 protect and restore nature in parallel to tackling the climate crisis.
We’re standing up for nature at COP26
Right now, world leaders at the UN climate summit COP26 are making decisions that could affect people’s daily lives for generations to come. It could also mean the difference between mass extinction and a world of thriving wildlife.
The latest news from COP26
Glasgow Climate Pact has been signed
COP26 is over but there can be no delay in action to tackle the nature and climate emergency, our CEO says. For the last two weeks world leaders have been making decisions that will impact our daily lives and the future of our planet. Read her thoughts on the outcome for nature.
Tell me what COP26 meant for nature
Confused about what all the different pledges made at COP26 mean? Trying to keep track of the different agreements that world leaders made is enough to make your head spin. Our climate policy officer guides you through the highs and lows and the all-important details you may have missed from the vital UN summit.
What can I do to help?
We’re glad you asked! It’s easy to feel helpless as world leaders make decisions that will affect all our futures at COP26. But there are lots of easy, satisfying things you can do that will make a difference for wildlife and climate. Ready to get started?
Highlights from the conference
From inside COP26
Every day the UN climate summit COP26 is making news headlines around the world. It’s easy to feel confused about whether things are going well for nature or not, but our principle policy officer on climate gives looks back on the first week of COP26 from behind the doors of the conference centre.
The hidden power of our coastal regions
The UK’s seaside is so much more than a pretty place to while away a weekend. Read on to find out how restoring our coastlands could help change the course of the future for nature and people.
We can't let offshore wind threaten seabirds
Renewable energy is vital to cutting out carbon. But it would be a tragedy if offshore wind endangered some of our precious wildlife. Learn how the RSPB is speaking up for puffins and other amazing seabirds to make sure plans for huge offshore wind farms don’t put their future at risk.
What world leaders need to know
A Puffin Story - What Would Nature Say?
Stand with us and demand action for nature
The nature and climate emergency threatens life as we know it. But you can help. Simply take an action and tell us what you did. Every voice that joins the call to protect nature by taking a #MyClimateAction helps us send a louder message to UK leaders.