Our Natural World

Newt Conservation Partnership

We want  to  ensure that our natural world is restored and protected and that people benefit from that recovery. 

Working with others, we will contribute to three key impact goals by 2030:

  • Preserved and improved species health and habitats
  • Sustainable and ethical food
  • Clean and healthy freshwater

Our priorities

There are five priorities through which we believe we can best contribute to these goals over the next five years.

If you would like to apply for funding under any of these priorities, please read our Guidance for Support.

Action for Conservation

Advisory Panel for Our Natural World

We recognise the expertise of others and are delighted to be able to call on the support of a brilliant panel of experts who provide expertise, knowledge, strategic advice and networks to help us make a practical, long-term difference.

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