“The launch of Wild Anglia offers new opportunities”

Tony Juniper – writer, environmentalist, campaigner

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Find out more about our work and why it matters to the environment and economy of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Economic Growth

Economic Growth: nature will make a full contribution to the success of the economy. (more…)

Development & Infrastructure

Exemplary 'green infrastructure': insisting on the best projects for people, nature and economy. (more…)

Strengthening Nature

Strengthening Nature: creating, improving and investing in the natural environment. We have a mission to change heart

Health & Wellbeing

Healthy and Happy Society: making the most of nature's capacity to improve lives. We will help to connect communities

Latest News and Blogs

Check out what we have been up to recently and hear from guest bloggers on a range on environmental issues.
03
Sep

Connecting Wild Words and Actions

The sober assessment of Britain’s battered wildlife, as reported in the State of Nature Report of 2016, prompts a resuscitated call for new approaches to acting on wild words. There is an irony here. ...
23
Jul

‘Choose to Refuse’ during Plastic Free July – Claire’s Journey

Did you know scientists estimate that by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the world's oceans? About half of all plastic produced is for single-use or disposable items such as packaging. Th...
05
Jun

World Environment Day: Beat Plastic Pollution

World Environment Day, an initiative by the United Nations Environment Programme, is a worldwide movement for encouraging awareness and this year the theme is combating plastic pollution... around the...
31
May

Celebrating Success at the Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards Ceremony

Richard Powell OBE, Chair of Wild Anglia, was delighted to be invited to return for the second year and to this time host the Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards 2017-18 ceremony, held at The Halls in Norw...

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