Vote for wildlife

Local elections

It’s election day on 6 May – here’s how you can make sure wildlife is at the heart of local elections.

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How you can vote for wildlife

So many important choices about the local environment are made by local councils – including planning and transport. Make sure you think wildlife at the ballot box and discover the different ways that your vote can make a difference.

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How candidates can put nature first

All candidates must commit to tackling the climate and ecological emergencies, should they be elected next month. We’re asking candidates to commit to five actions for wildlife.

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How GWT is working for wildlife

We’re practicing what we preach and targeting much of our work around five key areas. Whether we’re working with farmers to manage their land with wildlife in mind, or creating nature benchmarks for green infrastructure – we want to make a difference in Gloucestershire.

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Create a wilder Gloucestershire with us

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