The Network is an ever-growing network of individuals and organisations, recording and caring for the UK’s wildlife data and making it universally accessible to the public, educators, researchers, conservationists and environmental decision-makers. The partnership of the Network allows us to run the national NBN Atlas which now holds over 219 million records of wildlife in the UK as well as a growing database of habit and ecosystem data. These important resources are used daily in decision making about environmental management, and for research and conservation. The NBN is a partnership organisation and it’s through this network the NBN will grow and develop. Your membership is important in helping the Network achieve those aims.
The awards are a fantastic celebration of the success of projects, businesses and individuals who have made significant contributions to protecting the natural environment. Ecology and Environmental Management are integral parts of caring for our natural world and by sponsoring this new award we are helping promote excellence in teaching of this complex subject to give the next generation of rangers, ecologists, wildlife warriors, landscape managers and environmental educators a good understanding of all things ecological and to make the best start on their careers.
The closing date for the University Programme/Department of the Year award is 4 January. Click here find out more, to make nominations, download the guidance booklet, to read the nomination criteria and download the nomination form completed forms should be sent to email@example.com.
Their mission is to promote and protect sporting and shooting and the well-being of the countryside throughout the United Kingdom and overseas.
The UK's largest group of people dedicated to action against climate change. Working together to protect the people, places and life we love from climate change.
Join the movement, sign the declaration: https://www.theclimatecoalition.org/
We are an official supporter of the awards.
Celebrating the diversity of the natural history in the UK
A brand new international photography competition, the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Awards celebrates and recognise the talents of photographers of all nationalities practicing in the UK while, at the same time, highlighting the great wealth and diversity of the natural history of the British Isles. At a time when we're increasingly conscious of the importance of wildlife, habitat and conservation, the Awards will encourage photographers, whether professional or enthusiast, to explore Britain’s natural and urban environments, and discover its bounty of wildlife species, from birds to mammals, insects to marine life.
The UK's youth nature network. We aim to connect, support and inspire young people, aged 16-30, with an interest in nature and conservation; working with other environmental organisations to establish the youth conservation movement.
A life beyond the military - outdoors. HighGround's Mission is To improve the wellbeing and employment prospects of serving personnel and veterans using the green environment and our Values are Ambitious, Authentic, Inclusive, Practical and Loyal.
We are calling for a Nature Premium to fund regular nature experiences for every child.
‘We believe that the Nature Premium would improve children’s mental and physical wellbeing after lockdown and demonstrate a positive investment in their future development as part of the Green Recovery’
Read this article for more: The Nature Premium – an idea whose time has come
38 environmental charities from across Scotland have come together to ‘Fight for Scotland’s Nature’ and gather support for a Scottish Environment Act. If the natural heritage of Scotland is not safeguarded - along with animals and plants, livelihoods are also lost.
Each of our quarterly CJS Focus editions is in association with an organisation relevant to the subject under consideration.