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Ask your Welsh Parliament candidates to make woods and trees a top priority
The elections are an opportunity to prioritise woods and trees to create a brighter future.
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On 6 May 2021, millions of Welsh voters, including 16-17 year olds for the first time, will decide who will make up the next Welsh Parliament.
Your candidates will have the power and influence to set Wales on a strong course to urgently address the climate and nature crises.
These elections are a crucial moment in determining the political leadership that will have the power to act on these crises. Planting and protecting woods and trees is key. Our manifesto details how and why future representatives must make this a priority to boost the green recovery that Wales urgently needs.
Over the coming weeks, candidates in your constituency will be setting out their priorities. Making sure the right trees are in the right place is one of the best ways to tackle the climate and nature crises. Putting woods and trees high on candidates' agendas is crucial if we are to create a brighter future for people and wildlife.
Read our priorities for the next Welsh Parliament
You can make it happen
Ask your Welsh Parliament candidates to include woods and trees within their manifesto pledges before you vote on 6 May.