There are plenty of ways to get involved with Our Bright Future. Many of the projects operate at a local level, although some are available nationwide. Do get in touch with the team if you are interested in a specific project and we can put you in touch with the relevant project leader.
Our Bright Future & Environment Agency Webinar – June 30th June @ 4:30pm-5:30pm
Climate change is impacting our water environment. We need to ensure our rivers, lakes and coastal waters are healthy and there is plenty of clean water for people and nature.
We will discuss the value of water with people whose work is all about improving the environment. The Environment Agency helps people and wildlife adapt to climate change and reduce its impact to flood risk, drought, sea level rise and coastal erosion.
Please register here if you are interested in attending.
The Environment Agency operates in England only, but the webinar is open to young people from the projects across the UK, if they wish to participate.
Are you passionate about wildlife and conservation?
Cornwall Wildlife Trust is looking for a passionate apprentice to join the Your Shore Beach Rangers project team, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, as part of the Our Bright Future programme.
The successful individual will be passionate about wildlife and conservation but the role is primarily administrative, marketing and project lead.
Excellent written communication skills are essential, as are strong IT skills and a working knowing of a variety of social media platform.
Visit the Cornwall Wildlife Trust website for more details about the role and to receive an information pack and application form.
Join The Wildlife Trusts’ #WilderFuture campaign
The natural world is in a critical condition. Let’s put it into recovery. There are various laws to protect nature (although they have not always been effective) but there aren’t laws to support putting nature back.
A Nature Recovery Network set in law will map the places where wildlife currently thrives and highlight the spaces where more habitat could be created, to connect these in a network that extends across landscapes, joining with others to form a national network through which wildlife can be restored.
Tell your politicians to write the next chapter for wildlife here.