Our Nature 2030 asks:
Wildlife and Countryside Link and a coalition of more than 70 nature charities launched a 5-point plan for nature on 18 July 2023. The coalition is calling on all political parties to put these proposals at the heart of their election manifestos to put the country on a path to nature's recovery by 2030, boost the green economy and improve the health and wellbeing of people across the country.
The full details of the Nature 2030 policy proposals can be found in the report below.
Nature 2030 open letter
The Nature 2030 campaign is encouraging members of the public to join our call for 5 ambitious asks for nature from political parties by signing up to an open letter to party leaders here
The full text of the letter can be found below.
Nature 2030 campaign supporters:
The Nature 2030 campaign is supported by Steve Backshall, Chris Packham, Megan McCubbin and Mya-Rose Craig alongside 70+ nature organisations who are jointly backing these calls to political parties, including:
A Rocha UK, Activity Alliance, Action for Elephants UK, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust, Badger Trust, Bat Conservation Trust, Beaver Trust, BIAZA, Born Free Foundation, British Canoeing, British Ecological Society, British Mountaineering Council, Bristol Tree Forum, Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Butterfly Conservation, Campaign for National Parks, Campaign to Protect Rural England, ChemTrust, Chester Zoo, CIEEM, CIWEM, ClientEarth, Columban Missionaries Britain, Compassion in World Farming, Dartmoor Preservation Trust, EarthTrust, EarthWatch, EDGE, Environmental Investigation Agency, Fields in Trust, Fllodplain Meadows Partnership, Four Paws, Friends of the Earth, Freshwater Habitats Trust, Froglife, Global March For Elephants and Rhinos, Green Christian, Greenpeace, Groundwork UK, Hare Preservation Society, Humane Society International (UK), Intelligent Health, International Fund for Animal Welfare, John Muir Trust, Keep Britain Tidy, League Against Cruel Sports, Mammal Society, Marine Conservation Society, National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces, National Trust, Nature Premium, Nature Friendly Farming Network, Naturewatch Foundation, New Economic Forum, Oceana, Open Spaces Society, People's Trust for Endangered Species, Pesticide Action Network UK, Plantlife, Ramblers Association, Rewilding Britain, River Action UK, River Restoration Centre, Royal Society of Biology, RSPB, RSPCA, Scotland: the Big Picture, Sheepdrove, Sheffield Environmental Movement, Soil Association, SOS-UK, South Asians for Sustainability, Surfers Against Sewage, Sustain, Town and Country Planning Association, The Conservation Volunteers, The Land Trust, The Mammal Society, The Orchard Project, The Pesticide Collaboration, The Rivers Trust, The Wildlife Trusts, The Woodland Trust, The Woodmeadow Trust, Trees & Design Action Group, UK Health Alliance on Climate Change, UK Youth For Nature, Unchecked.uk, Waterwise, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, Wild Justice, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Wildland Research Institute, Wildlife & Countryside Link, WWF, Young Peoples Trust for the Environment, Zero Hour, Zoological Society of London
Nature 2030 research findings:
Wildlife and Countryside Link Commissioned polling from YouGov Plc into perceptions on environmental action from Government and attitudes towards the Nature 2030 policy policy proposals. Fieldwork was undertaken between 29-30 June 2023. The survey was carried out online. The total sample size was 2136 adults. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all GB adults (aged 18+).
The findings are summarised below with the full dataset available in the accompanying Excel spreadsheet.
Government performance on environmental issues:
Government action and spend on the environment
Support and opposition to the measures in the 5 point plan:
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