Towards greater ethnic diversity in the environment sector

Nature is and should be for everyone. Yet we know that access to nature is currently not equal – that 1 in 3 of us don’t have access to accessible nature-rich spaces near our homes, that ethnic minorities are twice as likely to live in nature-poor neighbourhoods. But this isn’t just true of access to nature itself. It’s also true that our nature and environment sector is not the representative and diverse place it should be.

Find out more about the work Wildlife & Countryside Link is doing to improve ethnic diversity here