Kent's Climate and Nature Emergency Fund
Think globally, act locally
We are in the midst of a climate and nature emergency. Around the world, we can see the devastating impacts of climate change on people and the natural world around us.
Closer to home, in our own county, we can see the effects before our eyes. Flooding has become more and more of a regular occurrence, which doesn't just affect our local wildlife, but also it affects us personally. Development and habitat erosion has pushed wildlife to the brink, and this threatens our very existence.
Help us fight the climate emergency now!
Kent Wildlife Trust can provide the solutions...
Through our Wilding projects, we can see beavers return to our rivers and streams, reducing the risk of flooding. Large herbivores could transform the way we manage our woodlands and grasslands. Restoration of chalk grasslands and woodland sites will capture carbon in our trees and soils.
All of this is possible, but we need to act now!
Help us to take action and support our fight against the climate crisis now...
Beavers are Back
Chloe Sadler, Head of Wilder Landscapes at Kent Wildlife Trust explains the many benefits of introducing beavers to our reserves, including flood control.
The moment of crisis has come…this is an urgent problem that has to be solved and, what’s more, we know how to do it.”