It’s not too late to bring our wildlife back.
Join our Wilder Future campaign and receive simple actions you can take for nature’s recovery.
Here are some more important actions you can take today:
- Sign our petition to the Prime Minister asking him to ensure the Environment Bill sets a legally binding ‘State of Nature’ target to begin reversing nature’s decline by 2030.
- Join our Declaration of a Nature Emergency in Sheffield
- Make a pledge to take Action for Insects and help us stop the catastrophic decline of our pollinators and their habitats.
More about the Wilder Future Campaign
The Wilder Future campaign is about advocating for political change as well as asking people to take ‘personal’ actions where they live to help put wildlife back on track.
The Wildlife Trusts want to create a tipping point of 1 in 4 people taking action.
Politically, the campaign is calling for the creation of Nature Recovery Networks to better protect and join-up important places for wildlife. In England, the campaign is calling for the Government’s upcoming Environment Bill to include measures to drive the creation of these Nature Recovery Networks. Due to the devolved nature of environmental issues we are also campaigning for a separate Environment Bill in Scotland while in Wales we are asking for a Sustainable Land Management Bill.
More Campaigns You Can Get Involved With
The UK Government is seriously threatening nature. Find out more about these threats and how you can take action.
Action for Insects
Sign up to take action for insects today and receive a FREE guide to helping insects where you live.
Badgers and bTB
Help stop the badger cull coming to Sheffield and Rotherham!
Birds of Prey
Persecution, poisoning and the decline of birds of prey
Go peat free!
Join our campaign to make Sheffield and Rotherham peat free!
Our uplands are internationally important habitats for wildlife.
Smithy Wood includes over 15ha of semi-natural ancient woodland.