The Royal Horticultural Society has just released their Sustainability Strategy. They want to mobilise “the biggest gardening army across the nation since ‘Dig for Victory’ over 80 years ago” and say that “the actions of each and every one of our nation’s 30 million gardeners with their 700,000 hectares of gardens can help mitigate the climate and biodiversity crisis”.
Within the decade, they aim to become net positive for nature and for people, and to encourage and enable gardeners to do the same.
You can read all about it here: The RHS Sustainability Strategy
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