Campaigning News

Campaign Conference takes forward change for the National Parks

Campaign for National Parks hosted a conference to discuss the future of National Parks in England and Wales following the publication of Julian Glover's review of designated landscapes.

Turning ideas into action – Glover authors look to the future

Campaign for National Parks welcomed many organisations last night to a special panel discussion with the authors of the Glover Landscapes Review. 

Tom Chadwick provides an update on the Woodsmith Mine

What's going on at Woodsmith?

Tom Chadwick of the North Yorkshire Moors Association provides us with an update of the Woodsmith Mine we have been opposing in the North York Moors National Park.

Study shows consensus between farmers and conservationists

A new study from Wildlife and Countryside Link shows English farmers recognise the need to prioritise environmental in policy

Honour a legacy - donate to our fight today

We are doing important work but we urgently need your help to keep up the fight for National Parks. 

Snowdonia National Park

Bill sets out environmental protections and body

Campaign for National parks has been working with partners at Greener UK and Wildlife and Countryside Link to influence the Government’s Environment Bill to the benefit of National Parks.

A crowd of protesters at Binsted

Consultation to be reopened for A27

A partial victory for environmental campaigners in the fight against the disastrous Arundel bypass plans.

We want to protect the beauty of the National Parks for all to enjoy. Photo credit: New Forest National Park.

Help us maintain planning protections for National Parks

We urgently need your help to maintain the strongest protections for National Parks.

Traffic in Brockenhurst, New Forest National Park

More must be done to make sure everyone can benefit from our National Parks

In a new report Campaign for National Parks makes the case for improving sustainable travel options to and around National Parks.

Photo credit: Richard Reed

Farming reform to include public money for public goods

The Westminster Government starts consultation on plans to replace the Common Agricultural Policy. Campaign for National Parks has welcomed the consultation. Read our thoughts and hopes for the outcome.

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