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CONSERVATION

At Earthkind, we believe that the re-wilding and conservation of natural habitats is extremely important. Saving critically endangered species from extinction while protecting the world’s most vulnerable habitats and their wildlife will help to preserve and protect biodiversity for future generations.

We believe that inspiring children to learn about protection, conservation and re-wilding are paramount in developing a more harmonious relationship with nature. Because of this we are proudly supporting the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and The National Forest Organisation by donating a portion of our profits towards the great work they are doing and the education they are providing about the importance of our natural habitats and sustainability.

As part of our values, Earthkind offers free presentations to kids clubs and groups about sustainability and the 8 R's - Respect, Rethink, Replant, Refuse, Re-use, Reduce, Recycle and Rot. See our consulting services for more information or email us for a copy of the presentation.

Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

Without conservation intervention, wetlands are often seen as wastelands or non-productive land so they’re filled in or destroyed, as people don’t realise the wider impact for all life. Wetlands teem with biodiversity, providing homes for many endangered species and people. They are part of our natural infrastructure, providing essential protection against environmental issues like flooding, drought and pollution. More than one billion people depended on them, yet the world’s wetlands are disappearing three times faster than forests. Find out more.

 

The National Forest Organisation

25 years ago, large swathes of the Midlands landscape had been left scarred by centuries of coal mining and other heavy industry. But a passionate group of people had a vision: a forest. The first forest to be created at scale in England for over 1000 years, it transformed and literally turned the landscape from black to green. But the story doesn't stop here. This is Our National Forest. It belongs to us all. The benefits must be felt by you and everyone to be truly sustainable. Find out more.

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