Globally, we are facing two interrelated environmental crises: biodiversity loss and climate change. The need to protect and restore species, and the ecosystems they inhabit, has never been so critical. This is particularly evident in the UK, which has become one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world.
Between now and 2030, BTO will strengthen its role in the conservation sector, providing robust scientific evidence to support solution-orientated action.
A fundamental part of this will be inspiring a greater number and diversity of people to engage actively with BTO, so they can experience the benefits of biodiversity and power of science first-hand.
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