Royal family: ‘Rewild’ your land to boost wildlife and fight the climate crisis!
‘Rewilding’ landscapes damaged by humans is a fantastic way to boost wildlife and fight climate change - because restored land like forests and peatlands absorb and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere really effectively.
That’s why we - the public - back a recent call by 100 experts, academics and public figures asking the royal family to lead by example and re-wild their land. The royals have a history of supporting environmental causes, so it’s time they matched their words with actions - by restoring their land to its natural form.
Thousands of members of the public
Wild Card is a new campaign group calling on the UK's biggest landowners to rewild their lands to address the climate and nature emergency. The group is currently campaigning for the lands of the Royal Family, the Church of England and Oxbridge Colleges to be returned to nature. Their long term vision is to see 50% of the country rewilded. To find out more go to www.wildcard.land or follow the campaign on social media Twitter: @wildcardrewild Facebook: @wildcardcampaign Instagram: @wildcardcampaign
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