An international coalition of businesses,
politicians and campaigners doing right
by the environment in the 2020s

NATURE 2030

about us

A campaign bringing together some of the foremost thinkers across business, politics and international activism, launched in June, 2019. Nature 2030 aims to bridge the gap between the often disparate fields of commerce and campaigning, building a formidable coalition for global change.

The campaign will see some of the UK’s most visionary thinkers come together with a laser sharp focus on tackling the following environmental challenges:

– Overpopulation

– Climate Change

– Biodiversity Loss

– Plastic Pollution

Nature 2030 will act as a central hub bringing together leading thinkers, environment campaigners and businesses in a bid to reach a consensus on what needs to be done to achieve these objectives. By working together across business, charity and with influential politicians Nature 2030 will meet the most pressing environmental challenges head-on.

Founder

John Higginson

John Higginson has been working in the environmental movement for 15 years. In 2005 he founded Green Index, a rating system telling consumers how green products are. He is the managing director of environmental communications consultancy Higginson Strategy.

“Nature 2030 will rise to the environmental challenges in the 2020s, creating a joined-up approach to tackling the most urgent and pressing issues facing our planet. Now more than ever we need to work together to end climate destruction before it is too late.

“We aim to work with activists, businesses and politicians to bridge the gap between the fields of commerce and campaigning to rise to the challenges in the make or break decade for global nature.”

Launch

Nature 2030​

Nature 2030 launched in June 2019. The event saw a panel including UN Patron of the Wilderness Ben Fogle, The Times Environment Editor Ben Webster, Born Free Youth Patron Bella Lack, A Plastic Planet Co-Founder Sian Sutherland, and Population Matters Director Robin Maynard, discuss the urgent  need to tackle the most pressing environmental challenges of our time.