Act for Nature
The campaign for a Nature and Wellbeing Act
people emailed their MP
This e-action closed on 30 March, ahead of the 2015 General Election
you very much to everyone who has emailed their MP calling on them to Act for
Nature and support a Nature and Wellbeing Act. More than 9,000 of you have
taken action, and together you’ve reached almost every MP in England, as well
as most in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland too.
Parliament sat for the last time in its current form on 30th March
and the 2015 Election campaign has now launched. We have closed our online
action as officially constituencies do not have an MP again until they are
elected on 7th May.
expect each Party’s manifesto to be published in the next couple of weeks, and
we’ll then see what we’ve achieved so far. We’ve certainly heard some
encouraging noises on several aspects of our Nature and Wellbeing proposals
from various Parties. Our proposals
for an Act would put nature at the heart of how decisions are made about
health, housing and other development, education, economic growth, flood
resilience and every community. Local and national ‘ecological networks’ would
be mapped out and created to put wildlife habitats back into the landscape. And
time outdoors would be part of school life.
You can read more on our proposals
for a Nature and Wellbeing Act here.
think it’s time for a ‘Big Ask’ for nature, do you?
How you can help
Our Act for Nature campaign
doesn’t stop there. Your local candidates will be knocking on your door to
persuade you to vote for them – don’t forget to ask them what they’ll do for
nature and to tell them why nature matters to you! We’ll continue to do the
Find out about our
two big asks for all parties:
1) A Nature and Wellbeing Act
2) More Marine
This e-action is now closed
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Creating change for people and wildlife
The Act for Nature campaign is led by The Wildlife Trusts and the RSPB, working together as part of a movement of people and organisations calling on all political parties to commit to bringing forward a Nature and Wellbeing Act in the next Government.