The UK is now one of the most nature-depleted nations in the world. That’s why we’re partnering with Friends of the Earth, working together to green neighbourhoods across the country.
We’ve joined forces with Friends of the Earth to bring back nature. We’re helping to restore greenery and wildlife in over 1,000 nature-deprived spaces across the country through the Postcode Gardener programme.
Protecting the natural world has been at the heart of our unique, customer-led Ethical Policy for over 30 years and we’re driven by our customers’ concerns for biodiversity and the environment.
The UK is now one of the most nature-depleted nations in the world. This is devastating for our ecosystems, and has a very real impact on people’s mental and physical health. Nature-deprived areas are the most affected by urban heating, pollution, flooding and biodiversity loss.
We know that many people want to live on streets thriving with greenery and wildlife, but they need help to make it happen. We’re supporting Postcode Gardeners and the powerful combination of gardening and community organising that they offer.
Postcode Gardeners are professional gardeners who guide, organise and support local people. They help them to connect with each other and work together to make greenery and wildlife flourish in the local area. They do this by:
These are just a few examples of what Postcode Gardeners do, working street-by-street to green neighbourhoods. And in the process, local communities feel the benefits from:
Friends of the Earth is a grassroots environmental campaigning community. Their campaigners and lawyers support local action groups and supporters across the country, creating change for people and planet. That's why we're supporting them in their mission to beat climate breakdown, restore nature and seek environmental justice for all
If you want to learn more or find a way to offer your support, there are so many ways you can get involved with Friends of the Earth.
Friends of the Earth is a registered charity in England and Wales, No. 281681
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