• Bumblebee Conservation Trust

    Bumblebee Conservation Trust

    StirlingUnited Kingdom

    The Bumblebee Conservation Trust was established because of serious concerns about the ‘plight of the bumblebee’. In the last 80 years our bumblebee populations have crashed. Two species have become nationally extinct and several others have declined dramatically. Bumblebees are familiar and much-loved insects that pollinate our crops and wildflowers, so people are rightly worried.

  • C B Dennis British  Beekeepers’ Research Trust

    C B Dennis British Beekeepers’ Research Trust

    St AlbansUnited Kingdom

    Bees are vital to our future and for a healthy planet, but currently face many threats. The purpose of the Trust is to support research and to encourage young scientists through the provision of grants for projects that benefit bees and beekeeping in Britain. Funding studentships is particularly effective as these not only add to our knowledge of honey bee biology but also enable talented young people to become the bee scientists of the future.

  • CPRE, the countryside charity

    CPRE, the countryside charity

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    CPRE is the countryside charity that campaigns to promote, enhance and protect the countryside for everyone’s benefit, wherever they live. We are proud of our past and continue to be inspired by the same principles and passions that motivated our founders almost a century ago. With a local CPRE in every county, we work with communities, businesses and government to find positive and lasting ways to help the countryside thrive - today and for generations to come.

  • Commonwealth Forestry Association

    Commonwealth Forestry Association

    Craven ArmsUnited Kingdom

    Over a billion people across the world depend on forests and trees for their livelihoods. Tropical forests are also home to rare and wonderful wildlife and medicinal plants. They provide shelter to Indigenous Peoples and local communities. They protect our climate. Young foresters in Commonwealth countries across the world are working on the frontline to conserve nature and manage trees and woodlands.

  • Compassion in World Farming  International

    Compassion in World Farming International

    GodalmingUnited Kingdom

    The challenges of building a humane and sustainable world have never been greater. Against a backdrop of a population explosion and soaring food prices, intensive livestock farming poses a very real threat to our planet. Greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, biodiversity loss and water scarcity are all disastrous consequences of factory farming.