• The G7 and the Nature Compact – what’s it all about?

    From June 11 to 13, the G7 (Group of Seven) visited Cornwall for their annual summit. We saw leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States meet to discuss climate change, trade and the global recovery f...
    • 18 Jun 2021
  • Environment Bill - the fight for nature's recovery continues

    Last month we celebrated the Government’s announcement of their intention to set a legally binding target for species abundance by 2030 in the Environment Bill. However, when the amendment was laid this month it left a lot to be desired. The we...
    • 18 Jun 2021
  • You made nature's recovery law!

    You did it!  Environment Secretary, George Eustice, has announced that the Government will be adding a legally binding target for reversing the loss of species by 2030 in the Environment Bill, aiming to halt th...
    • 25 May 2021
  • Policing Bill: an update

    The Government recently introduced a new Policing, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and held the first parliamentary debate on the 15th March.  Many charities across the human rights, climate and nature sectors are concerned that the sweeping n...
    • 13 May 2021
  • Thank you for taking 6,000 actions to keep the bees buzzing!

    As the Government considers the response to its plans for reducing pesticide use, RSPB Senior Policy Officer Steph Morren reflects on why this is necessary and how 6,000 actions have made sure nature's voice is heard. Photo credit: Ben Andr...
    • 13 May 2021
  • State of Nature

    There are a million urgent environmental causes to fight. So when organisations come together on just one, you know it's crucial.  Alongside over 70 organisations, we are calling on the Prime Minister to amend the Environment Bill to i...
    • 23 Apr 2021
  • Celebrating LGBT+ History Month

    Anna Franklin delves into the history of prominent LGBT+ figures in conservation and natural science in celebration of LGBT+ history month this February. LGBT+ History Month is an annual, month-long celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and tran...
    • 18 Feb 2021
  • Coping with Climate Anxiety

    'Climate anxiety' describes anxiety related to the global climate and biodiversity crisis and environmental disaster. Hearing from one of our amazing volunteers and two members of our Youth Council, this guest blog from Roisin Taylor loo...
    • 18 Feb 2021
  • Looking ahead to the year for nature and climate

    For millions of us, trapped at home during lockdown, being able to escape to nature never felt more important. But the reality is that nature is in crisis too. Over 40 million birds have vanished from UK skies in the last 50 years and just ...
    • 11 Feb 2021
  • Bring it to life with a photo

    Firstly, a massive thank you for being here. The power of people is how we make change.    Why now? The next stage of the Environment Bill (the Report Stage debate) is on Tuesday 26th January. This is where MPs vote on propos...
    • 15 Jan 2021
  • Positive news from 2020

    2020 - has it flown or has it dragged?  We started this year feeling inspired: full of energy and anticipation for what it was to bring for nature and the climate.  It was dubbed THE year for action.  Unfortunately, we've seen live...
    • 17 Dec 2020
  • The Environment Bill - the what, why and where?

    We’ve been banging on about the Environment Bill for a long time, but that’s because the Bill is a once-in-generation opportunity to save nature.   So, why is this Bill so important? What is the environment Bill? The ...
    • 16 Oct 2020
  • How you can help the RSPB to Revive our World

    The RSPB has been fighting to protect nature since we were founded in 1889. From stopping the trade in wild bird plumage and protecting some of our best loved areas from development, to saving the Nature Directives and securi...
    • 11 Sep 2020
  • The Results Are In!

    The past few months have been difficult for everyone. We wanted to know how best to support you and to make sure the content we were producing was what you wanted, so we put a short survey in April’s campaigns update. Thank you to everyone who...
    • 18 May 2020
  • Lockdown Reads picked by you!

    Last Campaigns update saw some great literary inspiration, so much so, we’ve had some lockdown read recommendations from you!  It’s been really special to see such a wonderful variety of book recommendations, covering topics fro...
    • 15 May 2020
  • From koala jumpers to joey pouches: how thousands of UK crafters stepped up for Australian wildlife bushfire victims

    Community Corner If there was ever an example of what people-power can achieve it's in this guest blog by Niki Cardwell, who helped to organise and network with thousands of crafters across the UK to make items needed by wildlife rescues in Australia...
    • 18 Apr 2020
  • Lockdown reads from the Campaigns Team!

    I don't know about you but books are one of the great loves of my life. Books have been, and continue to be, my inspiration, learning, adventures and frequently a chance to escape from real life for a while. So, when thinking about what might he...
    • 16 Apr 2020
  • A big thank you to everyone who took action for the Environment Bill!

    We had an amazing response to our call for action on the Environment Bill. Nearly 9,000 of you emailed your MP and asked them to make sure the Environment Bill delivers for nature. Thank You! RSPB Campaigner Ruth Lindley gives us an update be...
    • 18 Mar 2020
  • At the cusp of the 2020 super-year, let's celebrate your amazing achievements and look forward to what's in store

    At the turn of the decade, let's reflect on the things we've achieved together this year and look forward to the opportunities (and challenges!) around the corner... It has been a topsy-turvy year for politics, but when it comes to ...
    • 19 Dec 2019
  • Making noise for nature and climate

    Read on to find out about what RSPB thinks of the International Rebellion this week... There is tremendous momentum at the moment to save nature and take action against the climate crisis. This has been building over the last year as people become mo...
    • 7 Oct 2019
  • Celebrating our support for the Climate Strikes

    On Friday 20th September RSPB stood in solidarity with young people across the world in the UK’s largest ever climate protest at the Global Youth Climate Strikes. Together, with almost 4 million others worldwide, people stood together to demand...
    • 26 Sep 2019
  • Is campaigning for the climate inclusive?

    This is part of a youth takeover: we asked our under 25 staff and volunteers to share their stories with us in the run up to the climate strikes, because we want to put their voices front and centre. They are raw, real and they're helping RS...
    • 20 Sep 2019
  • Personal Rebellion

    This is part of a youth takeover: we asked our under 25 staff and volunteers to share their stories with us in the run up to the climate strikes, because we want to put their voices front and centre. They are raw, real and they're helping RS...
    • 18 Sep 2019
  • The year 3000 - overcoming eco-anxiety

    This is part of a youth takeover: we asked our under 25 staff and volunteers to share their stories with us in the run up to the climate strikes, because we want to put their voices front and centre. They are raw, real and they're helping RS...
    • 17 Sep 2019
  • The hidden faces of the climate strike

    This is part of a youth takeover: we asked our under 25 staff and volunteers to share their stories with us in the run up to the climate strikes, because we want to put their voices front and centre. They are raw, real and they're helping RSPB g...
    • 16 Sep 2019