An aerial shot of Glasgow's city centre taking in buildings, the river and a bridge

We stood up for nature at COP26

World leaders at the UN climate summit COP26 made decisions that could affect people’s daily lives for generations to come. Their choices could also mean the difference between mass extinction and a world of thriving wildlife.

The RSPB made sure nature had a voice

What’s next for nature

The UN summit dominated front pages around the world for weeks. But did it deliver for wildlife? And where do we go from here in the fight to save nature? Our CEO gives the essential brief on COP26 for nature lovers.

The fight that unites us

On November 6th over 250,000 people came out to march for nature at the Global Day of Action! Thank you to everyone that joined us in Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast and Cardiff!

Large avocet puppet at the Global Day of Action with a rainbow behind

Who should sort out the climate emergency?

A panel of incredible young naturalists discuss the pressure put on young people to solve climate change in the wake of COP26.

Participants in the youth climate strike hold up placards outside of Parliament in London

Fixing the flows

One of our residential volunteers at RSPB Scotland’s beautiful Forsinard Flows reserve explains how we’re healing the peatland (a vital carbon store) after decades of draining and commercial forestry left the nature habitat in a desperate state.

What world leaders need to know

We cannot ignore the role of nature in stopping the climate emergency. Alongside the National Trust and Woodland Trust, we insisted world leaders at COP26 protect and restore nature in parallel to tackling the climate crisis.  

A puffin stands on a cliff edge looking out to sea

Stand with us and demand action for nature

The nature and climate emergency threatens life as we know it. But you can help. Simply take an action and tell us what you did. Every voice that joins the call to protect nature by taking a #MyClimateAction helps us send a louder message to UK leaders.