Restore Nature Now – London 22 June

SOS is proud to be registered as a supporter of this important initiative.

Most of the large conservation and wildlife groups are encouraging their members to attend this event. The urgent need to reverse the decline in nature, and the scale of the issue, have brought many different organisations together. The Woodland Trust, The Wildlife Trusts, RSPB and WWT will be represented on a march to Parliament Square where a wide range of voices from across many organisations and societies will be demanding a brighter nature-filled future.

As our members will be only too aware, the decline in bird populations has been catastrophic, with a BTO survey showing 73 million birds lost in the past 50 years and the Government’s own figures revealing that 48% of all bird species have declined in numbers in just 5 years, from 2015 to 2020.

If you would like to lend your support to this peaceful and non party political event, further details can be found at

The aims of this event are to see UK politicians show strong domestic and global nature and climate leadership by:

1. Giving a pay-rise for nature

2. Making polluters pay

3. Delivering more space for nature

4. Putting a right to a healthy environment in law

5. Ensuring fair and effective climate action

Nearer the date more details will be added to the website, with answers to frequently asked questions such as about toilet facilities, or disability access, during the day.

This will be a fully family-friendly occasion, with many children present (and lots of fun posters and costumes to amuse them!). It will be stewarded with safety and well-being in mind.

Key dates

Sat 22 June
12 noon assemble
2pm March starts
2.30pm Parliament Square