The Met are delighted to be taking part in the People’s Plan for Nature Project!
Next time you visit us, you will find a People’s Plan for Nature tree, situated in our foyer, along with special inspiration leaves. Write down your thoughts on the leaves, hang it on the tree, and share it with the world! You can also take a photo of what you’ve written on social media using the hashtag #PeoplesPlanForNature.
The People’s Plan for Nature is the biggest ever conversation about the future of nature in the UK. The nature crisis affects everyone, so everyone should have say in how we solve it. We are asking you to let us know what you love about nature in the UK. If you’d like to continue the journey, on the website you can also share what you think what needs to change or happen to make nature thrive in the future and any examples of projects or organisations working to protect and restore nature. Please scan the QR code (found on the poster and postcard) or go to to peoplesplanfornature.org to do this.
We’re proud to be part of the biggest ever conversation about the future of nature in the UK. It will see people from across the UK contributing ideas on what they love about nature, what needs to happen in order for nature to thrive and brilliant examples of projects happening now that is helping to protect nature.
This is more than a conversation: this is thousands of people coming together to create a plan that’s too big for governments, businesses and NGOs to ignore.
Solving the nature crisis is a big challenge. That is why everyone in the UK needs to come together to think of bold new solutions – 67 million heads, in 4 countries, are better than one.
The People’s Plan for Nature will give a voice to everyone to share their ideas, asking the public: “what do you love about nature in the UK? What would you miss if it disappeared?” to get their feedback on how to thwart the nature crisis and to understand what people would like to see for the future of UK nature and wildlife.