Great Big Green Week
Be part of the biggest climate event the UK has ever seen this Great Big Green Week, 18-26 September.Find out more
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.
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We’re an active member of The Climate Coalition. As the voice for native woods and trees, we need to highlight:
Trees are our most powerful weapon in the fight against climate change. As well as capturing millions of tonnes of carbon a year, our woods and trees help to:
To fight the climate and nature crisis, we need to plant more trees, create more woodland and look after the woods and trees we already have.
As a member of The Climate Coalition, we work together with a range of NGOs to call for a cleaner, greener world that works for everyone.
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We’re excited to be part of Great Big Green Week, a national week of events celebrating action on climate change. Taking place 18 – 26 September 2021, it will be the biggest event for climate and nature ever in the UK.
On 30 June 2020, our staff and supporters were among more than 14,000 people in a virtual mass lobby of the Westminster Parliament. They asked MPs to put people, climate and nature at the heart of our nation’s recovery.
Be part of the movement. Sign the Climate Coalition’s declaration pressing for Government to lead the UK towards a healthier, greener and fairer future.
Every year around Valentine’s Day, our friends at The Climate Coalition encourage us to show the love for the places, people, and life that we want to protect from climate change. You could plant a tree, send a green heart to your MP, or share a photo of a woodland you love on social media.
Learn more about climate change, the important role of trees and how you can make a difference.
When it comes to climate change, our message is clear: native woods and trees are one of the best ways to tackle the climate crisis.
One of the 10 charter principles is to combat threats to our habitats, including climate change.