Did you know that the UK is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world? The dual threat of climate change and nature loss is already having devastating consequences. But there is hope – businesses can lead the way to a Net Zero and Nature Positive future.

“We now have a few short years during which we can still make a choice. Where just enough remains of the natural world for it to recover. This starts and ends with us.”

Sir David Attenborough

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Inspired by the iconic BBC nature documentary series Wild Isles, Silverback Films, WWF, the RSPB and the National Trust have created four new films designed to raise awareness of the nature crisis and what it means for business. Within them they outline the devastating impact that business-as-usual is having on our natural world. Experts and business leaders share why the nature crisis is bad for business, and how businesses can help turn the tide for nature.

“Without nature, there would be no water, there would be disasters everywhere, there would be no supply chain, and if you take it to the nth degree, there would be no customers”

Deborah Meaden
Business Entrepreneur and Investor

Save our Wild Isles – The Business of Nature

This film reveals how much nature we have lost in the UK and explores actions employees and businesses can take to reduce their impact. Hear from business leaders and experts on how businesses need to put nature at the heart of their decision-making and be a part of the solution to the nature crisis.

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Nature loss and climate change are resulting in ecological breakdown at an unprecedented level and this is causing unprecedented risks to our economy, businesses and livelihoods. Increasing supply chain disruption, asset losses and declines in employee health are resulting in fundamental shifts in how businesses operate.

“Without being Nature Positive, ultimately you can’t be profit positive”

Dame Sharon White
Chairman, John Lewis Partnership

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The wildlife in the UK is extraordinary – but it’s in crisis.

30 million

birds disappeared from our skies in the last 50 years

One in four

all our mammals at risk of extinction

97 per cent

of our wildflower meadows lost since the 1930s

Save our Wild Isles – Banking on a Wilder Tomorrow

Aimed at the finance sector, this film looks at how investments can be reallocated for a nature positive future.

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Save our Wild Isles – Hungry for Change

This film tackles the good system and how retailers, producers and farmers all have a part to play.

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Save our Wild Isles – Catch-22

Showcasing the biggest issues facing the UJK’s seas, this film looks at how their recovery depends on changing the way we use them.

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