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The Coronavirus crisis has led to a nationwide epiphany about the importance of high-quality public green spaces to our mental and physical health. As a result, UK citizens are calling for these spaces to be prioritised in future legislation and public funding, and are watching intently to see how their representatives will act.

Now is the moment, as a policy maker, to nail your colours to the mast that access to nature should be right for all. Nature is a Human Right will publicly recognise you for backing this idea, and further offer our services to help you to devise and deliver strategies for protecting, creating and maintaining greenery in your constituency.

We want to give your our official stamp of approval! All we ask of you is these three no-brainers:

Policy Maker Checklist

Publicly agree that

access to green space

should be a human right

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Agree

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Protect

Pledge to protect public green spaces in your constituency

Pledge to create new pockets of greenery where they're needed

Create

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That's it!

Want to dive in deeper?

We're looking to partner with visionary policy-makers who are taking access to green space seriously.

Together, we can devise and deliver strategies to:

IMPROVE ACCESS TO NATURE

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Protect

Protect green space with statutory protections and SANG provisions

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Create

Create greenery through depaving, pocket parks, tree canopy and more

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Maintain

Integrating community ownership and ecotherapy for gainful maintenance

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Inclusion

Ensuring everyone feels safe and welcome in their local green spaces

MEASURE YOUR SUCCESS

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Impact

Tracking key metrics to assess the health and social benefits of green spaces

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SROI

Translate wellbeing uplifts into Social Return on Investment [Example]

Expect To See

Improved mental health

Improved physical health

Improved cognitive function

Improved social cohesion

Reduction in local crime

Reduced strain on the NHS

More respect for the environment

Want to chat? Yes, us too!

Get in contact.