Young people shaping the State of Nature Report 2019 by Kabir Kaul

On 4th October, an historic and informative report titled ‘State of Nature 2019’ was published by more than 50 organisations. The report highlights how we have contributed to wildlife population trends in the UK. This year, the report has been led by young conservationists, writing its foreword and presenting it. Kabir Kaul was lucky enough to be involved via RSPB, and describes it as a great honour. 
Twelve young conservationists also including Bella Lack, Dan Rouse, Dara McAnulty, James Miller & Sophie Pavelle were selected from across the country. 
Kabir says “it was fabulous to work with young people from all around the UK, and listen to their views on the natural world, whether it be how it benefits them in their daily lives, or the population trends of wildlife around them, which I found fascinating.”
Read more about Kabir’s involvement with the State of Nature report here