As global governments come together at COP26, the need to tackle the climate crisis has never been clearer. Yet we cannot tackle the climate emergency without similar ambition to meet the nature crisis head on. Discover why COP26 is so important, what The Wildlife Trusts want to see from COP26, and how we'll be keeping supporters up to date across the event.

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Introducing Honeygar

Putting nature back in charge for a Wilder 2030

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Somerset Nature Connections

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Restoring Somerset’s nature

With the help of volunteers and the support of over 20,000 members, we look after some of Somerset's most iconic landscapes and special wildlife. We restore, strengthen and connect habitats and green spaces on a landscape scale so nature can recover and thrive in the future. We inspire people and communities to put nature into their everyday life and stand up for the natural environment upon which we all depend.

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The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them.
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