Ask your mayoral candidates to make woods and trees a top priority
The elections are an opportunity for all political parties to prioritise woods and trees to create a brighter, greener future.
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- Greater Manchester
- Tees Valley
- West of England
- West Midlands
- West Yorkshire
On 6 May 2021, millions of people across eight English city regions will be able to vote for their next mayor.
As the elected leader of a city region, these mayors set the local agenda for industry, housing, transport and more.
Over the coming weeks, candidates in these cities will be setting out their priorities. The elections are a vital moment to encourage them to commit to planting and protecting woods and trees where you live. Putting woods and trees high on the political agenda is crucial if we are to help tackle the nature and climate crises and create a brighter future for people and wildlife.
Read our priorities for each city region
You can make it happen
You have the power to shape candidate priorities and make a difference for woods and trees. Before you vote on 6 May, ask your candidates to commit to planting and protecting woods and trees.