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The science is clear – our health and the health of the planet are connected. 2020 has brought fires in the Amazon and the Arctic, extreme weather and a global pandemic, and now our latest report shows that wildlife populations have declined by an average of 68% since 1970.   

Right now, we have the chance to turn it around – and there’s no time to waste.   

This Autumn, politicians are making decisions that will impact our future. We can bring nature back – and build a better future. 

But in the past, recovery from a crisis has been at nature's expense. It doesn't have to be this way. Politicians need to hear from you that to recover from the pandemic, we need to protect nature. 

We need laws that put nature on a path to recovery by 2030.  

Nature needs you. Add your voice.   

What are the nature laws we need...

Join us in calling on UK Government to:    

  • Protect and restore nature at home – pass laws that protect and enforce our world-leading standards for the environment. Reform the way we farm and the way we manage our seas to help nature recover. 
  • Enter trade deals that are good for people and planet – commit in law that new trade deals with other countries will not go against our high environmental protections, animal welfare and food standards.  
  • Stop our role in destroying nature across the world – make sure what we eat and buy doesn’t destroy precious habitats around the world, and make sure businesses aren’t allowing deforestation to happen in their supply chains.  
  • Invest in nature and climate – make sure all future government spending helps us meet our climate and nature ambitions. By adopting a ‘net zero test’ we can create a more resilient and sustainable future.   

 

Join the amazing supporters who have signed so far: help us get to 10,000!

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