The National Lottery Heritage Fund have published a report called ‘Racial Equity in Nature: A guide to recruiting and nurturing’.
The 27 page report is a toolkit to help organisations in the natural
heritage sector recruit more young people from ethnically diverse communities to work in the sector.
Sheffield Environmental Movement contributed to the report.
You can download and read the report here.
Job Opportunity – Communities Engagement Ranger
The Peak District National Park are looking for a Communities Engagement Ranger to help run its school visits and community engagement programmes.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Matthew Ross, Young People & Communities Engagement Ranger: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peak District National Park was the first of Britain’s 15 national parks and is still enjoyed by millions, looking for both adventure and a breathing space to escape. It is also the most accessible due its proximity to four major cities of the UK and its 38,000 residents.
SEM’s CEO Maxwell A Ayamba with representatives from 300 other environmental organisations and NGOs with a placard at the launch of the Wildlife and Countryside Link’s Nature 30 x 30 conference at Portcullis House, Westminster.
“In 2020, the Government pledged to protect at least 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030 – the ‘30×30’ target. This important commitment has the potential to turn the tide on nature’s decline. However, the new 2023 30×30 in England Progress Report, which analyses the condition of protected sites on land and across England has shown that the government is unlikely to meet this target without urgent action. “quote from Wildlife and Countryside Link website.
You can read The full 30×30 Progress Report .
Wildlife and Countryside Link (Link) is the largest environment and wildlife coalition in England, bringing together 82 organisations to use their strong joint voice for the protection of nature.