NATURE IS IN TROUBLE.
Join us to help develop a Nature Recovery Plan for Sheffield and let us know what you can do to help.
More than 1 in 10 of over 8,000 species assessed in the 2019 State of Nature Report are at risk of extinction – with 1 in 4 UK mammal species at threat of being lost.
We’ve seen an incredible response so far, with over 1,200 people and 34 organisations signed up, public support from the Leaders of Sheffield’s Green Party, Liberal Democrat and Labour groups and Olivia Blake MP. On 16th June a motion on the nature emergency was carried by Sheffield City Council, including commitments to declare a nature emergency and to deliver a Nature Emergency Action Plan. It is vital we tackle both the climate and ecological crises together, and ensure solutions to the climate crisis are good solutions for nature too.
We have now met together as a community of people who signed up and shared initial feedback on the first draft of the plan. We are continuing our campaign of action, and we’re asking you – as individuals or organisations – to join us by signing up to Nature Recovery Sheffield, provide further input on the draft plan and join a working group to take the actions forward.
Please sign up to Nature Recovery Sheffield and spread the word on social media, in the windows of your homes, shops and businesses, on your websites and emails by using our downloadable resources below.
How to get involved:
Step 1: Join the Nature Recovery Sheffield movement by signing up below.
Step 2: Tell others about it. There are some useful graphics to use on your social media channels (Use the hashtag #NatureSheffield) and a poster to put up in your window
Step 3: Get involved and join a working group.
Please complete our sign-up form below and we will contact you with more information about Nature Recovery Sheffield and what you can do to help.
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What actions can you take now for nature’s recovery?