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Ramblers urge London Mayor candidates to back A More Natural Capital

Ahead of May’s London mayoral election, the Ramblers have joined environmental and sustainable travel groups in calling for the next Mayor to back ‘A More Natural Capital’. The coalition is backing the Ramblers plan for six new green walking routes across London so that more people are able to walk in nature. They are also …

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London Ramblers launch Greenways map in bid for six new green walking routes

Ahead of the London Mayoral election taking place on May 6th,2021London Ramblers have launched a ‘Greenways’ map to show candidates the massive impact that six new walking routes for the capital would have. The Covid-19 pandemic has seen growing public enthusiasm for walking, with proven benefits for walkers’ health, wellbeing and happiness. But although people intend to continue …

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The People’s Postcode Lottery Climate Challenge programme

The Ramblers is delighted to be part of the People’s Postcode Lottery climate challenge programme. Thanks to the generosity of players of People’s Postcode Lottery, we will be inspiring more people to discover the simple pleasures of walking and protect the places we all love to wander in nature. Over the next 18 months as …

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Ramblers react to Environment Bill developments

This week saw the Government’s landmark Environment Bill take another step towards Royal Assent, with peers debating amendments in the House of Lords. This critical legislation will shape the future of our environment, and people’s enjoyment of it, for decades to come. The Bill establishes a new framework to achieve the Government’s environmental ambitions. The …

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Government’s proposals for protected landscapes don’t go far enough

On 24 June 2021, Defra released its long-awaited response to Julian Glover’s review of protected landscapes. The Ramblers – and our partners at the Campaign for National Parks, National Trust, RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts and more – has been pushing government to set out its plans for supporting and boosting access to National Parks and …

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Ramblers join campaign to protect people and nature from damaging planning reforms

The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated just how vital access to nature is to our health and happiness – and how important our precious green spaces are to communities. The places we live should give people easy access to nature-rich green spaces from their doorsteps, put walking and active travel first, and enhance our beautiful landscapes …

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Sustainable Farming Incentives fail to live up to Government promises on access

A walk in nature is a universal pleasure that should be available to everyone, everywhere. But it’s not, and it’s therefore disappointing that the latest Government plans for Environment Land Management (the replacement to farm subsidies) have failed to live up to previous promises made by Ministers that could have led to significant improvements in …

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