Partner Member UN Habitat Assembly Global Stakeholders Forum
Camley Street Natural Park
Camley Street Natural Park is a unique urban nature reserve, surrounded by significant new development in a bustling part of central London - between King's Cross and St Pancras.
Black Country Living Landscape
The landscape of the Black Country has remarkable and often unexpected biodiversity assets, an incredibly diverse geology and numerous heritage features relating to the area’s rich legacy of industrial history.
Black Environment Network (BEN)
Black Environment Network (BEN), a flagship project for pioneering and establishing ethnic environmental participation in the UK.
Roots and Shoots (Kennington, London)
Roots and Shoots (Kennington, London) provides high quality enjoyable community environmental education and a wildlife garden enabling contact with nature in the inner city.
Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
The Crescent Arts Centre, have an innovative partnership approach to ensuring the protection, conservation and enhancement of a Swift Apus apus breeding colony in the roof of a 136 year old listed building during a complex 2 year long refurbishment.
Meanwhile Wildlife Garden, London
Meanwhile Wildlife Garden aimed at the combined enhancement of urban wildlife and of people’s mental and physical health.
Landlife: Soil Inversion Works
Soil Inversion Works is a technical guide to creating new habitats that addresses climate change impacts, eutrophication and environmental justice issues.
The Topsoil Stripping Project, Knowsley
The Topsoil Stripping Wildflower Meadow project at Huyton created a sustainable biodiverse wildflower landscape that is enjoyed by local people.
The Old Rough Wildflower project
The Old Rough Wildflower providied a high quality landscape of wildflowers that bring nature to the people of Northwood
Cwmtalwg Woodlands Residents Group worked to secure the protection of, and manage Cwmtalwg Local Nature Reserve over the years 1988 to 2003
Bog Meadows, Belfast
The Bog Meadows enhanced the quality of life of local people while conserving and improving biodiversity.
Nant Y Pandy / The Dingle Local Nature Reserve
The work done by the Llangefni Dingle / Nant y Pandy Enhancement Project to involve young people, combat social disadvantage and enhance the environment through the management of the Local Nature Reserve and creation of environmental art works.
The Dalton Bank Local Nature Reserve
50 acres of woodland and grassland, approximately 2 miles North East of Huddersfield. Syngenta, joined with Kirklees Countryside Unit (KCU), assisted by members of the local community, to form a partnership to oversee its management and development.
Shibdon Pond Local Nature Reserve
Shibdon Pond is one of the few large open water sites between the Tyne and the Tees, and is an important wetland habitat in the area of approximately 20 hectares.
Lewes Railway Land Local Nature Reserve
The reserve was declared in 1995. Earlier, the land had been under threat of development but a vigorous campaign by local people who eventually formed the Railway Land Wildlife Trust
Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre, Southampton
Situated in the south east corner of Southampton Common, The Centre provides information about Southampton's abundant wildlife and how they manage the city's open spaces to protect and increase biodiversity.
Waldridge Fell Country Park & Cong Burn Wood
Waldridge Fell is of importance as the only major area of lowland heath in County Durham. This habitat is now rare throughout Britain and Waldridge Fell is one of the few remaining examples of its type in the Northeast.
Parc Natur Penglais LNR, Aberaeron, Ceredigion
Parc Natur Penglais Local Nature Reserve is the site of a disused quarry, outside Aberystwyth. The site has been improved to include paths, signs, guided walks, view points, picnic areas and nature trails to allow visitors to enjoy the wildlife of the site.
Chorlton Water Park, Manchester
Chorlton Water Park was opened on a site where a pit remained from several years of sand and gravel extraction. The park consists of 170 acres of open water, woodland and grassland, all of which is accessible to visitors.
Bradlaugh Fields Local Nature Reserve, Northampton
Bradlaugh Fields was developed from an old golf course and opened in 1998 to meet local recreational and conservation needs.
Sydenham Hill Wood
Managed by the London Wildlife Trust it is the largest fragment of the Great North Wood which once stretched from Deptford to Selhurst. The site was saved from partial development after a local campaign and is very popular with local people.
Sutton Ecology Centre
The site has a wide range of habitats including ponds, woodland, meadows, marshlands and demonstration garden areas. The Centre also provides information and demonstrations on wildlife habitats, alternative energy, recycling, composting, organic and wildlife gardening and provides a wide range of activities for local schools and adult groups.
The Jupiter Project
Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is Scotland's largest wildlife garden. Located in Grangemouth it has a huge wildlife habitat which was once a derelict railway marshalling yard.
Project Kingfisher cares for 11 km of the valley of the river Cole in a heavily built up area of Birmingham and Solihull. Over seven miles of the river valley come under the project, which includes old meadow, grassland and pond habitats.
The Severn Gorge Countryside Trust
The Severn Gorge Countryside Trust is responsible for managing local woodlands and associated areas (including meadows) in the Severn Gorge for the long-term benefit of residents and visitors to the area.
Saltwells Wood Local Nature Reserve
Saltwells Wood was planted in the eighteenth century to disguise the scares left by coal mining and descendents of this original wood still survive today. The Nature Reserve is home to many species of woodland bird.