The case for a Nature and Wellbeing Bill

I am delighted that people are beginning to talk and write about our joint campaign with The Wildlife Trusts for a Nature and Wellbeing Act (read Mike McCarthy here and Geroge Monbiot here).   Thousands of people have also written to their MPs to encourage them to include a commitment to the Bill in their election manifestos and hundreds of people have already registered to join our Rally for Nature on 9 December…

The full article can be found at: The case for a Nature and Wellbeing Bill (with a lesson from Ecuador)

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