Our forests’ future: find out more

The forest campaign is still going strong after the tremendous victory in February where the Government decided to scrap the plans to privatize English woodlands and forests. The forest panel was then set up to advise the government on how our forests are best protected. The panel is now going through the thousands of messages...

FAQs: organising forest get-togethers

Lots of members have already been in touch asking questions about how to organise a forest get-together. We’ve gathered together some of the most frequently asked ones and answered them here. If ¬†you’re wondering about something that’s not covered here, leave your question in the comments section below and we’ll update the FAQ. How much...

Forest get-togethers: hints and tips

38 Degrees members are getting together in parks, woods and forests all over the country to collect ideas, photographs, drawings and stories about how we want our forests protected for the future. We’ll collect the ideas, photographs, drawings and stories about how we want our forests protected for the future using the 38 Degrees website...

Organising a forest get-together

Recently, we handed in more than 30,000 submissions from 38 Degrees members to the forest panel, who are going to tell the government how to protect England’s forests for the future. Because so many of us got involved with sending in our answers to the panel’s questions, we’ve been asked to meet with the panel...

Thousands submit forestry panel ideas

Earlier this year 38 Degrees members scored a huge win when we helped force the government to scrap plans to sell of British forests. Now the Independent Panel on Forestry is deciding how they should be managed in future. Thousands of us have sent in messages and suggestions for the forestry panel, a whopping 33,845...

Thousands of us call MPs to protect the NHS

Today thousands of us have been calling our MPs about the important discussions taking place right now between Cameron and Clegg about the NHS reforms. Both members of the public and medical experts are worried about the changes that might still happen – the introduction of more competition into the NHS and the government removing...