We're facing uncertain and stressful times with the COVID-19 pandemic, and as with most crises, the most vulnerable are hit the hardest.
We're continuing to fight for a fair and sustainable future for people and planet, and we're campaigning for government to deliver a recovery plan that has human rights and human dignity at its core.
From investing in green and sustainable jobs to prioritising health and wellbeing, read what we're asking of government and add your name to our petition for a green and fair recovery plan.
Trees, Prince Charles and the Church
England’s biggest landowners don’t have anywhere near enough trees on their land, and our research finds that the estates belonging to the Church of England and the Prince of Wales come right at the bottom of the list (with just 3% and 6% woodland cover respectively).
People across the world are already being hit by climate breakdown. We can’t wait for our heel-dragging government to tell landowners to plant more trees – we need landowners to act now.
Access to nature
Our green spaces became more important than ever during lockdown, providing people with much-needed time outdoors. But access to these precious places is unequal, particularly for poorer communities and black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
More and better green space won’t just benefit our health and wellbeing – when nature thrives, so does the planet.
Please help us build back a fairer, healthier planet, and ensure everyone has access to good quality green space.