Boulfruich Wind Farm, Houstry, Morven and / or Maiden Pap in the background, Caithness, Highland, Scotland

Climate change

Climate change is the greatest long-term threat to wildlife and humans. We work to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions which cause climate change and allow wildlife to adapt to a warming climate.

We also conduct research into the present and projected effects of climate change on birds and other wildlife, both at home and internationally. We are calling for a revolution in how we tackle climate change, especially with regards to how we generate clean power in harmony with nature and also how we can help wildlife to adapt.

Action to tackle climate change

Wind Farm on Slieve Rushen, Co, Fermanagh

A changing climate will affect us all, but don't get hot under the collar about it. Keep up to date with the latest news and views and find out how you can help.

Helping UK wildlife adapt

Shelduck, drake swimming

Climate change is already bringing change to the natural world. Our work is adapting to these changes, and we’re making headway in three broad areas of activity: policy, practice and research.

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How you can help

A changing climate will affect us all, but don't just get hot under the collar about it. Keep up to date with all the latest news and views, plus find out how you can help, on our climate change blog.

Satisfaction Survey

How are we doing?

We've been making changes and we'd love to know what you think.