Devon Environment Foundation and Conservation Collective are proud to play a part in Coldplay‘s focus on sustainability during the Music Of The Spheres World Tour
Importance of grassroots nature-based solutions
Nature-based solutions address both the climate and nature emergencies – protecting and restoring our natural environment while drawing down carbon – helping people and planet.
Devon is the perfect place to pilot, kick-start, and scale-up innovative and impactful nature-based solutions.
The rural landscape straddles two coastlines, two moors, and a patchwork of woodlands, wetlands, meadows, hedgerows, rivers, and estuaries.
Once a haven for biodiverse wildlife, recent human activities have left Devon severely nature depleted.
Our vision is to protect and restore at least 30% of Devon for nature by 2030.
We do this by funding inspiring and hopeful nature-based solutions, such as:
- Regenerative Agriculture
- Pollinator Habitats
- Native Tree Nurseries
- Species Reintroductions
- Mycoremediation (using mycelium to clean up pollution)
- Seaweed Farming
- Seagrass Restoration (coming soon!)
- Plastic Clean Up
- And so much more!
Coldplay’s support means we can direct even more vital funds to the people on the ground tackling the most important issues of our time.
To add your support to Devon-based projects, donate to the Devon Environment Foundation here.
To support grassroots projects around the world, donate to our parent charity, the Conservation Collective here.
You can also help by sharing our work on social media @devon_enviro and @conservationcollectiveorg.
Thank you for helping to protect and restore nature!