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Climate Action Appeal

Donate to our Climate Action Appeal

An area of restored peat bog on Armboth Fell, Lake District | © Rob Grange Photography

Climate change is the biggest threat to people and nature, but with your support the landscapes we care for can adapt to the challenges they face. By donating to our Climate Action Appeal, you'll be helping to bring back wildlife, keep rivers flowing and protect peatlands and woodlands.

Your donation will support vital conservation work needed to ensure that precious landscapes can lock up carbon, support wildlife and become resilient to flooding, wildfires and extreme temperatures. The scale of the threat can be overwhelming but by working together we can make a difference.

Adapting to climate change

Countryside and coastal landscapes are already showing signs of damage from soaring temperatures, storms, droughts, rising sea levels, and flooding. With your help, we can continue vital work to create resilient ecosystems, lock up more carbon, reduce emissions and address biodiversity loss.

Donate today to ensure nature and wildlife can thrive for years to come.

Areas you're helping to protect

Beaver swimming in the beaver enclosure at Holnicote Estate in Somerset
Beaver swimming at Holnicote Estate, Somerset | © National Trust/Nick Upton


Intensive farming, pressures from development and the effects of climate change have all taken their toll on waterways. The Environment Agency has found that only 14 per cent of England’s rivers are in good health. This means plants, insects, animals and birds are also at risk.

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View over Kynance Cove, Cornwall at sunrise

Give back to the places you love

Whether you choose to fundraise, donate or volunteer, there are lots of meaningful ways to help look after the places in our care for future generations.