Nature Restoration Law

What is the Nature Restoration Law? 

On 22 June 2022, the European Commission published a long-awaited proposal for the EU Nature Restoration Law. The Commission proposes to restore at least 20 % of the EU’s land and sea areas by 2030 and repair all ecosystems in need of restoration by 2050.  

This will be the first European-wide law to set legally binding targets to #RestoreNature! It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reverse the biodiversity and climate crises by placing the EU’s degraded nature on a path to recovery.  

The proposal is the first major EU biodiversity law since the Habitats Directive in 1992 and follows the commitments made by the European Commission in the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 which calls for the recovery of high-quality and resilient ecosystems in the EU. 

This online email tool will give the chance to citizens and supporters to put extra pressure on national ministers and the Members of the European Parliament to adopt a strong EU Nature Restoration Law. All you have to do is fill in your details below and our common letter to decision makers will be sent to the correct ministers and MEP’s at the best time (usually before an important vote or event).

Let your government and Members of the European Parliament know you care and want to see nature restored now


Restoring nature is caring: about humanity, about our planet, about the future.  

5 main reasons why we need to restore nature:  

  1. It helps biodiversity: bringing back local flora and fauna.
  2. It tackles the climate crisis: natural habitats store carbon.
  3. It protects us from natural disasters: forests and wetlands reduce flooding.
  4. It improves our health: access to nature benefits our well-being.
  5. It boosts the local economy by strengthening food provision and sustainable practices