We are a Force for Nature – one seed, one tree, one voice at a time.  

Act now. Our future matters.  

This year’s COP26 climate conference in Glasgow had huge potential to make a difference for our planet. Presidents and prime ministers from across the globe gathered to discuss our planet’s future as we face the dual threats of climate and nature breakdown and some significant progress has been made in areas like methane production and deforestation. But we need more change if we’re to limit warming to 1.5C. 
It’s time for all of us to take action. 
Our incredible Young Tree Champion Ambassadors know just how important it is to speak up for trees and nature – and that by coming together as a force for nature, we can make a difference.
Their message for COP26 leaders is a powerful call for action. Young peoples’ voices need to be heard!

Thank you to our supporting organisations:

Eco-schools, Forest Schools Association, Learning Through Landscapes, Speakers Trust, University of Derby, Eco Attraction Group (including Eden Project), Teach the Future, Youth Link Scotland.

Trees and nature are the best defenses we have against climate change.

Protecting trees, these carbon-storing, wildlife-protecting, pollution-guzzling heroes, and the natural world they’re a part of must be at the heart of the fight to tackle climate change.  
And get there, we need your help. We can only reach the tree-filled future we all need by working together. We still have time to save our planet – and our future is in our hands. 
Your voice and your actions matter. Act now and stand alongside us as we work together for a greener future.  
Hear from some of our Young Tree Champions and others who support our Force for Nature campaign,
including the John Foley, Rt Hon Lord Goldsmith, Rachel Gadsden and Jonathan Drori, CBE.