Aug 06 2020

What next for nature? Postcards from the future

The Natural History Consortium are after people’s views on their visions for the future they have just launched a two week push to encourage people to send us their visions for the future of the environment in the form of a ‘postcard from the future’. this is what they have to say and ask of you. please do get involved

2020 has been a massive time of change for everyone. As we all move towards some kind of ‘new normal’ – what would you like to see in the future for the environment?

Jump into your imaginary time machine to the year 2045 and send us a postcard from your ideal future for people, places and wildlife?

Your postcard can be homemade, or you can download a template here. Simply write a message, draw a picture and share your postcard with us @festofnature using the hashtag #whatnextfornature.

Looking for inspiration? Take a look at some example postcards here

This is your chance to share your vision for the future of the environment with Defra (The UK Government Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) and help create a new future for people, places and wildlife in England.

Build your own future for the environment – join a workshop

Join a fun and thought-provoking online workshop where you call the shots on environmental policy. If you were in charge – how would you make your vision for the environment a reality? Your insights and ideas will help Defra and partners build new futures for people, places and wildlife in England.

Register your interest here

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2020 has been a massive time of change for everyone. As we all move towards some kind of ‘new normal’ – what would you like to see in the future for the environment?

Jump into your imaginary time machine to the year 2045 and send us a postcard from your ideal future for people, places and wildlife?

Your postcard can be homemade, or you can download a template. Simply write a message, draw a picture and share your postcard with us @festofnature using the hashtag #whatnextfornature.

Looking for inspiration? Take a look at some example postcards using the link below!

This is your chance to share your vision for the future of the environment with Defra (The UK Government Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) and help create a new future for people, places and wildlife in England.

Want to make your postcard a reality? Join a fun and thought-provoking online workshop where you call the shots on environmental policy. If you were in charge – how would you make your vision for the environment a reality? Your insights and ideas will help Defra and partners build new futures for people, places and wildlife in England. Find out more at: https://www.bnhc.org.uk/what-next-for-nature-postcards-from-the-future/

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2020 has been a massive time of change for everyone. As we all move towards some kind of ‘new normal’ – what would you like to see in the future for the environment?

Jump into your imaginary time machine to the year 2045 and send us a postcard from your ideal future for people, places and wildlife?

Your postcard can be homemade, or you can download a template. Simply write a message, draw a picture and share your postcard with us @festofnature and use the hashtag #whatnextfornature.

This is your chance to share your vision for the future of the environment with @defrauk and help create a new future for people, places and wildlife in England.

Join a fun and thought-provoking online workshop where you call the shots on environmental policy. If you were in charge – how would you make your vision for the environment a reality? Your insights and ideas will help Defra and partners build new futures for people, places and wildlife in England.

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