Three main goals form the backbone of the strategy:
- Restore and expand habitats and the abundance and diversity of wildlife ensuring that 30% of land and sea is managed for nature by 2030.
- Champion the natural environment, ensuring that people and wildlife benefit from local policies, decisions and management affecting land and sea
- Inspire people and communities to learn about, value and act for wildlife and Dorset’s wild places with the ambition to involve 1 in 4 people in Dorset with nature by 2030
Dorset Wildlife Trust is also committed to the need for everyone to reduce their carbon footprint and has set itself the goal of becoming a carbon net-zero organisation by 2030. The new strategy recognises that the ecological emergency and the climate crisis demand collective action at local, national, and global levels and so to demonstrate their commitment to contributing at every level, while focusing on effective local action, Dorset Wildlife Trust has adopted the national logo of The Wildlife Trusts’ partnership.