As part of our response to the climate emergency we’re restoring and adapting our natural landscapes to increase their resilience to climate change, so that visitors and wildlife can enjoy them in decades to come.
We have a 2030 vision for nature in which the Royal Parks will be healthier, more resilient and better connected for people and wildlife in the heart of London. Find out more.
The Royal Parks' soils store carbon and help manage the movement of water; the trees and plants help to prevent soil erosion, and the open spaces help increase the wellbeing of visitors as well as being a draw for tourists.
During our five year Mission: Invertebrate project we delivered over 100 habitat creation, restoration and enhancement projects. We now have an ambitious programme of habitat projects for the future. Find out more.