In these uncertain times more and more people want to make a positive difference personally. 43,000 volunteers are already active with their Wildlife Trust making their own contribution to the area in which they live.
Today The Wildlife Trusts publish new proposals for a Nature Recovery Network to help wildlife thrive in our towns and countryside.The Network would be created by mapping existing important places for wildlife to be protected as well as key areas where habitats could be restored to create a more joined up landscape for wildlife. This would also help to create greener places for people to live and work in and deliver benefits to society.
We believe that working together everyone can make a difference. There are no technical barriers to cleaning up our air, rivers and seas, or to restoring our habitats to allow wildlife to come back in all its abundance and beauty. The barriers are more political or cultural. And if there’s one thing that recent events have shown it’s that people can change, and politics and culture can move on.So please help us build a social network of a new kind. One focused on restoring our depleted natural world so that both people and wildlife can thrive in every town, city, coast and field of our country – a Nature Recovery Network.