Pledge to march

Saturday 22nd June, Park Lane, London 

The natural world is in trouble and we need to take action. Restore Nature Now want to see UK politicians show strong domestic and global nature and climate leadership by:

1. Giving a pay-rise for nature
2. Making polluters pay
3. Delivering more space for nature
4. Putting a right to a healthy environment in law
5. Ensuring fair and effective climate action

Nature – all species are at risk

Our rivers and sea are being poisoned by horrifying amounts of pollution, wildlife numbers continue to spiral with 1 in 6 British species at risk of extinction, and floods and droughts are becoming more extreme as we see the escalating effects of the climate emergency.

Yet the UK Government’s own advisers say we are not on track to meet legal targets to restore nature and reduce climate emissions.

Needs – it’s time to take action…

That’s why a wide-range of groups, from leading nature charities like the RSPB to environmental activists like Extinction Rebellion, are urging everyone who cares for nature to march through London on Saturday 22 June, with a simple demand to all political parties: Restore Nature Now.

Nature –  all species are at risk…

Our rivers and sea are being poisoned by horrifying amounts of pollution, wildlife numbers continue to spiral with 1 in 6 British species at risk of extinction, and floods and droughts are becoming more extreme as we see the escalating effects of the climate emergency.

Yet the UK Government’s own advisers say we are not on track to meet legal targets to restore nature and reduce climate emissions.

It’s time to take action…

That’s why a wide-range of groups, from leading nature charities like the RSPB to environmental activists like Extinction Rebellion, are urging everyone who cares for nature to march through London on Saturday 22 June, with a simple demand to all political parties: Restore Nature Now. 

You

You…can make a difference.

This legal, peaceful, inclusive and family-friendly demonstration aims to be the biggest gathering of people for nature and climate that the UK has ever seen. It is both a celebration of British nature and a protest calling for urgent political action on the nature and climate emergencies. 

For further details visit Restore Nature Now website.