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This June is a very busy month for the Wildlife Trusts – and there’s plenty to get involved with, wherever you live!

Wildlife Trusts are all over the UK, and they’re busy standing up and protecting wildlife and wild places in your area.  They connect people to nature, restore diverse wild places and look after nature reserves; and they inspire people to take action for wildlife.  Find your local Wildlife Trust here.

The more we can all appreciate nature and the beauty of it, and its importance in our lives, the more likely we are to want to look after it and protect it.

It’s 30 Days Wild all month.

Sign up for 30 Days Wild here

The Wildlife Trusts are challenging us all to do something WILD every day!   That will be 30 fun, exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

There’s a free pack of goodies to help you plan your month, and your Wildlife Trust have lots of ideas to help.  You’ll get emails too from your Wildlife Trust, and a chance to get involved on social media.

The first thing to do is to sign up and get your FREE 30 Days Wild Pack.  It’s got a wallchart, a poster, an interactive booklet and some stickers to help you GO WILD!

You need to select who is taking part:

  • Me and my Family
  • My class/school
  • My workplace
  • My care home

Over 70,400 people have signed up so far to GO 30 DAYS WILD!

There’s an App you can download too – find out more here

SIGN UP FOR 30 DAYS WILD HERE

And on 26th June, you can get involved in #TheTimeisNow

Join in on June 26th for The Time Is Now, a mass lobby for climate, nature and people.  

Call on MPS to end the UK’s contribution to climate change and pass ambitious laws that create a healthier environment for nature and people. The Time is Now mass lobby is being organised by The Climate Coalition and Greener UK, two coalitions of organisations that represent millions of people across the UK. 

Why now? The organisers say, “this summer the government will decide whether to end the UK’s contribution to climate change by committing to an ambitious net zero emissions target. They will also have the chance to end nature’s decline by committing to a strong Environment Bill. Now is the time to push for bold action.”   Find out more here

 

This June is a very busy month for the Wildlife Trusts – and there’s plenty to get involved with, wherever you live!

Wildlife Trusts are all over the UK, and they’re busy standing up and protecting wildlife and wild places in your area.  They connect people to nature, restore diverse wild places and look after nature reserves; and they inspire people to take action for wildlife.

The more we can all appreciate nature and the beauty of it, and its importance in our lives, the more likely we are to want to look after it and protect it.

It’s 30 Days Wild all month.

The Wildlife Trusts are challenging us all to do something WILD every day!   That will be 30 fun, exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

There’s a free pack of goodies to help you plan your month, and your Wildlife Trust have lots of ideas to help.  You’ll get emails too from your Wildlife Trust, and a chance to get involved on social media.

The first thing to do is to sign up and get your FREE 30 Days Wild Pack.  It’s got a wallchart, a poster, an interactive booklet and some stickers to help you GO WILD!

You need to select who is taking part:

Me and my Family

My class/school

My workplace

My care home

Over 70,400 people have signed up so far to GO 30 DAYS WILD!

There’s an App you can download too – find out more here

And on 26th June, you can get involved in #TheTimeisNow

Join in on June 26th for The Time Is Now, a mass lobby for climate, nature and people.  Call on MPS to end the UK’s contribution to climate change and pass ambitious laws that create a healthier environment for nature and people. The Time is Now mass lobby is being organised by The Climate Coalition and Greener UK, two coalitions of organisations that represent millions of people across the UK.  Why now? The organisers say, “this summer the government will decide whether to end the UK’s contribution to climate change by committing to an ambitious net zero emissions target. They will also have the chance to end nature’s decline by committing to a strong Environment Bill. Now is the time to push for bold action.”   Find out more here

http://thetimeisnowmap.co.uk/

 

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