Bring Back Nature
and win amazing prizes!
The #BringBackNature prize draw features prizes and experiences you can win from the biggest names in sports and entertainment.
From Sir Paul McCartney's signed Let It Be music box to a Fleabag script signed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the stars are coming together to support our mission to bring back nature to local communities across the UK.
Enter for your chance to win, and help us create a greener world for children to grow up in. Hurry, the prize draw closes in:
The Co-operative Bank is supporting Friends of the Earth’s #BringBackNature campaign and will match all funds raised, up to the sum of £25,000.
Our new partner The Co-operative Bank
Friends of the Earth and The Co-operative Bank are working together to bring back nature by helping to restore greenery and wildlife in over 1000 nature-deprived spaces across the country.
Postcode Gardeners help bring these communities together, to make their neighbourhoods greener and bring back nature.
Most accurate map of trees across England
Our new data shows street trees, urban parks and woodlands across England and how many of us are living in areas with very few trees.
43% of neighbourhoods have less than 10% tree cover, and 84% have less than 20%. And lower-income neighbourhoods are more deprived of tree cover than wealthier ones, especially in rural areas.
The map also shows areas of opportunity for new woodlands, from planting and rewilding. See the top 10 local authorities with room for more trees.
What we've achieved
We're the UK's largest grassroots network.
From our campaigners and lawyers to local groups and supporters, we push for change on causes that matter to you, like:
- Protecting your local area and making it more climate friendly.
- Taking government to court over projects that harm our environment.
- Fighting for environmental and social justice globally.
Be part of the change
Get your Bee Saver Kit today
Bees are vital to a healthy environment and healthy economy, pollinating the vast majority of plants we rely on for food. But changes in climate may be disrupting bees’ nesting behaviour and their emergence after winter. It also means some plants are now flowering at different times to when bees are normally active.
Winter is the perfect time to buy a Bee Saver Kit and receive everything you need to ensure bees have food from trees and plants all year round.