Our campaigns

Stand up for nature with us for a Wilder Future

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We campaign to see a wilder future, so everyone can benefit from and enjoy wildlife near them. We have a long history of campaigning for positive change for nature and people, and working with local communities to save special places for wildlife and helping nature to recover. We want to see at least 30% of our land and seas recovering by 2030.

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We need change!

We’ve imagined what The Wind in the Willows world would look today, and it’s not a happy story. But we don't have to have an unhappy ending.

We are calling for a Nature Recovery Network to be set in law, where wildlife and wild places are not only protected they're also restored and connected. David Attenborough explains below what this could look like.

Current campaigns

Highly Protected Marine Areas

We need 'gold standard' protection for our seas to help nature recover.

Join us in asking the Government to protect our seas

Grey seal (Alex Mustard)

Help us stop plans to drain and concrete over a huge area of Portsmouth Harbour

Plans for a ‘super peninsula’ undermine nature laws and make a mockery of climate and ecological crises.

Sign the petition

Take Action for Insects

Help insects at home, in your community or school.

Download your free guide

Red-tailed bumblebee ©Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

Help us to restore 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030

Together we can save wildlife