Established in 1913 we have been championing the science of ecology ever since. Our vision is for nature and people to thrive in a world inspired by ecology. With 6.500 members – many of them world leaders in their field - in 125 countries we bring together ecologists across regional and national boundaries.
The Natural History Museum welcomes over 4.5 million visitors each year to enjoy our collections and engaging displays, inspiring a love of our natural world. The Museum is also a global centre for scientific research, with 350 scientists running a range of initiatives that aim to solve the challenges facing our planet and humanity.
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation - a truly global network, working in more than 100 countries. We tackle the most serious conservation challenges facing the planet and strive to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. That’s why we’re passionate about sharing the planet’s resources more sustainably, taking action on climate change and protecting endangered wildlife.
The Barn Owl Trust is a small charity working hard to conserve one of the most beautiful birds on earth. Anyone who has ever watched a Barn Owl hunting at dusk has surely been touched by the experience but in recent years these magical birds have become increasingly rare – and the reasons are all man-made.
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.
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.
Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland is one of the world’s leading environmental charities. In partnership with our supporters we are dedicated to creating a better world, one where people and nature thrive through new and different ideas, thinking, science and technology.
Garden Organic is the UK’s leading organic growing charity and has been at the forefront of the organic movement for 60 years. Our work enables and supports people to get involved in organic growing, through research, education, demonstration gardens and practical projects, and through lobbying and campaigning on issues vital to people and the environment.
For more than 90 years, the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) has played a key role in supporting the development of improved crop varieties and transferring advances in plant science into practical agriculture. Established as a charitable trust in 1919 under the motto ‘Better Seeds: Better Crops’, NIAB recognised the importance of seed quality and improved varieties in safeguarding food supplies following food shortages during the First World War.
Do you enjoy and value the wildlife and landscape of North Wales? We do! North Wales Wildlife Trust has been working since 1963 to protect the nature of North Wales. We manage over 30 nature reserves from Anglesey to Wrexham; Llandudno to Dolgellau. We work to protect all wildlife from the smallest insect to the largest animal.