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Every year around Valentine’s Day, The Climate Coalition's Show the Love campaign aims to spark conversations about climate change among our peers and politicians.
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This year's Show the Love campaign is focusing on the carbon zero target for 2050, now bound in law.
We're looking at the solutions that will make that target a reality. We need you to Show the Love for trees and woods by creating a voice for change that is impossible to ignore.
Our Emergency Tree Plan sets out how the UK can rapidly increase tree cover to help reach net zero carbon emissions and tackle wildlife declines. Add your voice to our campaign and urge policymakers to take action now.
The Nature’s Calendar project tracks the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife across the UK. It records 69 different wildlife species, with some data reaching as far back as 1736!
By taking just a few minutes to share what you see, you'll be adding to hundreds of years' worth of important data. We couldn't do this work without you!
Have you seen the first ladybird of the year or the last swallow of summer? Tell us about the nature near you and help scientists track the effects of climate change on wildlife.Take part in our Nature's Calendar survey
Trees are a huge part of the fight for our planet’s future. They lock up carbon, reduce flooding and pollution, nurture wildlife and make landscapes more resilient. Whether you plant at home or in your community, every tree counts.
Enjoy pretty lambs-tail catkins in spring and late-summer hazelnuts, a valuable food source for wildlife.
A slim tree ideal for gardens, rowan brings colour through the seasons with creamy-white flowers, orange berries and fiery autumn leaves.
One of our most attractive native trees, wild cherry's beautiful clouds of spring blossom and bright summer fruits are great for birds and insects.
We’re an active member of The Climate Coalition, a group of over 100 organisations dedicated to limiting the impact of climate change on the people, places and life we love.
As the voice for native woods and trees, we need to highlight: