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Protect nature and wildlife everywhere

Does your neighbourhood have enough green space?

Nature is hugely beneficial to our health and wellbeing, as well as being key to a healthy planet. Yet millions of people across England lack access to good quality green space. 

We've analysed data to uncover the best (and worst) neighbourhoods for access to green space. Is your neighbourhood one of the unlucky ones? Enter your postcode to find out.

Everyone deserves green spaces, clean air and safe waters

Demand a healthy environment

Why bees matter

Bees pollinate much of the food that makes our diets healthy and tasty – from the apple in our lunchbox, to the tomatoes on our pizza.

But did you know Britain’s bees are in trouble? Shifts in the seasons are disrupting flowering times and the availability of food, shelter and nesting sites. Climate breakdown also brings extremes of drought, heavier rainfall and flooding. Bees and pollinating insects are struggling to survive.

We've already led a successful campaign to get national bee action plans in all parts of the UK. You can further help protect bees by purchasing a bee saver kit.

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Healthy nature will help curb climate breakdown

A healthy natural environment is one of our best allies in the fight against breakdown – if we keep it in good condition.

Nature is perhaps our best defence against flooding, storm surges, famine and more. It’s better than ever-higher concrete flood walls or artificial reefs: natural reed beds, coral and mangroves can hold back tides and support more wildlife.

True, climate breakdown is already affecting nature - but it's not inevitable. We must not allow runaway climate change to, for example, warm our oceans and turn them so acidic that plankton, corals and fish can no longer survive.

It's still possible to avoid the double trouble of climate breakdown and nature’s decline.

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Everyone deserves green spaces, clean air and safe waters

Demand a healthy environment

Meet the people bringing nature back

"We cannot live without our wild spaces" says Sally Boys. She's one of a growing number of people who take action in their daily lives to protect nature. 

Press play and find out what "Nature's Keepers" are up to.