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A stream running through a wet meadow in Norfolk, UK.

Sky and WWF joined forces in 2009 with a mission to tackle some of the world’s most pressing environmental issues. From tackling devastating deforestation in the Amazon, to restoring and protecting ocean habitats and fighting the climate emergency. Since June 2021 we’ve been in partnership with Sky Zero focusing on nature and climate in the UK.  

Seals and sea kelp

WWF’s 2020 Living Planet report shows that in the last 50 years, we have destroyed nature, devastated wildlife, destabilised the climate, and put the health of people and the planet at risk.  

The science also shows that a different future is possible. We have a choice about the world we want for ourselves and for generations to come.  

Seagrass

Many of the habitats we have right here at home are hugely effective natural carbon sinks, for example the world’s peatlands store twice as much carbon as the global forests. Seagrass can absorb carbon 35 times faster than rainforests, and saltmarsh is one of the most biologically productive habitats on the planet.  

Change is possible, within a decade we can start to reverse the loss of wildlife, and see nature’s vital signs start to recover.  

Add your name to our call on the government to keep their climate promises, and we’ll plant seagrass on your behalf. This new seagrass meadow is part of our project to restore vital habitats, and is a powerful example of the cutting-edge climate technology already at our fingertips. 

Become a force for nature

Add your name to our call on the government to keep their climate promises, and we’ll plant seagrass on your behalf. For every 1,000 sign ups, Sky Zero and WWF are planting 4,000 carbon capturing seagrass seeds, up to a massive one million seeds.