Take Action for Insects

Act Now to Save Insects

Will you take action to save the most important creatures on the planet?

Today, 41% of insects face extinction. BUT it's not too late.
Action for Insect_home guide

Complete the form below to receive a FREE downloadable Action for Insects guide with all the information and support you need to start helping insects where you live.

You’ll receive information and tips on insect-friendly gardening, going chemical-free and the small actions you can take that will really make a difference to insects.

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Fill in the form below to receive your downloadable free guide

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Every action counts

Wow! people are taking action for insects!

 

Did you know?

  • A third of all the food crops that we grow need insects to pollinate them
  • 87% of all our plants are pollinated by animals - and most of this is delivered by insects
  • Without insects, we risk ecological collapse - putting in danger multitudes of birds, bats, reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and fish that rely on insects for food.

More information

Listen to why you should get involved or read our report, Why Insects Matter, by Professor David Goulson.