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Plantlife has been speaking up for species-rich grasslands and their carbon-rich soils, both in the UK and across the globe.
We have increased our calls to restore vital grasslands across the UK and beyond by stepping up our advocacy work with governments, civil servants, the farming industry and public.
Our efforts during 2022/23 have largely focused on raising awareness and influencing policy-makers. Species-rich grasslands play an essential role and have potential to act as a nature-based solution to climate change. By shouting about their benefits, we hope to persuade governments to improve their protection and management while also attempting large-scale restoration.
We have taken a raft of action to drive forward our campaign during 2022/23. This has included:
Our efforts have not been limited to the UK. On the international stage, we have:
Jason LavenderCo-director at High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership
We’re using the introduction of Local Nature Recovery Strategies (LNRS) to advocate for wild plants and fungi and their protection.
We’re working in partnership to tackle the threats which nitrogen pollution and peat sales pose to wild plants and fungi.
Our exciting plans for Natur am Byth, Wales’ flagship green recovery project, were fully developed during 2022/23, paving the way for the initiative to begin in earnest in summer 2023.