Wildlife Trust Wales

Peter Cairns/2020VISION

Peter Cairns/2020VISION

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Wildlife Trusts Wales

Wildlife Trusts Wales is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. We work in partnership with the 5 Wildlife Trusts in Wales to help secure a Wales that is wilder and more biodiverse. 

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Ceredigion Stand for Nature at Porth Dinllaen ©Wildlife Trusts of South and West Wales

Ceredigion Stand for Nature at Porth Dinllaen ©Wildlife Trusts of South and West Wales

Stand for Nature Wales

Discover the amazing ways that young people in Wales are taking action for wildlife

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Gardening with wildlife, snail on gardening gloves with pot plants behind

Tom Marshall

Pesticide free pledge

Young people across Wales are asking you to drop the chemicals and help our wildlife. Will you take action?

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30 by 30

Support us in achieving the protection of 30% of land and sea by 2030

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Elderly women gardening

Penny Dixie

Nature for well-being

The natural world is the foundation of our health, well-being, and prosperity.

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We need change!

This is no secret. Wildlife is disappearing at an alarming rate - some are calling it the next mass extinction - and the threat of climate catastrophe is a constant worry. We live in a time of emergency.

There is still hope - we can tackle both of these critical issues - but we have to act now. Time is running out. 

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2 ospreys sit on a nest as part of the dyfi osprey project

Andy Rouse/2020VISION

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Badger ©Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography

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Grassland which is completely underwater except for the remnants of a bridge

Matthew Roberts

Solutions

How nature can help tackle climate change

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Nature urgently needs our help to recover. And it can be done.
David Attenborough