Pledge 4 Nature: Major partners

The UK is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world. And although Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly may look green, we are in fact suffering local extinctions – with many more at threat.

But together we can reverse the decline by creating a nature recovery network right here in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

We want to strengthen our links with you as key partners who can help deliver change locally. There is already much incredible work underway, from tree planting to peatland restoration. We want to know your ambition for the future – whether for tackling biodiversity loss, drawing down carbon, improving water quality, or boosting access to nature. 

At the end of March we will be hosting an Ecological Emergency Summit. We want to celebrate local action, and those who’ve pledged to support nature in Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly.

Will you join us? Make your pledge for nature below…

We recognise that nature is in trouble. Whilst Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly may look beautiful, our wildlife is under threat and that affects all of our futures. We pledge to:

Support Cornwall and Isles of Scilly's ambition that at least 30% of our land and seas are well-managed for nature by 2030.

Take action to protect, enhance, create and restore local nature-rich areas, whilst also reducing pressures on our environment.

Support opportunities for people to better enjoy and benefit from nature, such as through nature-based jobs, skills and volunteering opportunities.

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2022 Ecological Emergency Summit

Join us on March 24th for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly’s first Ecological Emergency Summit.


Following our declaration of an ecological emergency in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, we are convening our first Conference of Partners (COP1) to bring together key local stakeholders to take action for nature.

We’re inviting our local community groups, charities, businesses, land owners, land managers and public authorities to get involved. We will be showcasing local action, pledging to do more, and hosting workshops on the barriers holding us back. Sign up to get involved!

Pledges so far…

Community Groups