Building a Better Tomorrow, Together

TAFU is trying hard to address the bridge between intention and action with the strongest emphasis on personal and individual responsibility of each and every one of us. Only together, can we make a better tomorrow for us all, the natural world around us and for generations to come.

About us

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Annie Underwood
Marketing Executive

Executive Committee

Board of Trustees

TAFU – Nature Conservation Organisation

Our World, Our Responsibility

We invite you to join us in our efforts to change how we live, think, and behave. It is our shared responsibility to take care of our planet, and we welcome any ideas, questions, contributions, and actions that can help us make a positive impact. If you are interested in getting involved, we are looking for country representatives, volunteers, projects, and ideas. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and join our cause. Together, we can make a difference. OUR WORLD IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY!

Building a Better Tomorrow, Together

Let’s keep it wonderful!

Our Partners

Founded in 1957, the British Computer Society (BCS) serves as a professional body for IT and computing professionals across the UK and globally. It promotes computing education and advocates for the beneficial role of technology in society. BCS supports student chapters in universities, engages in public policy discussions, and champions diversity and sustainability within the IT sector. Through publications, events, and networking opportunities, BCS fosters community and innovation among its members, striving to advance technology for the greater good.

Radio LaB is an award-winning radio station run by students. Radio LaB broadcasts a variety of shows, from specialist from music shows to light entertainment, and from news programmes to discussions about emerging technologies, throughout Luton and Bedfordshire from the University of Bedfordshire’s Luton campus.

The BCS UoB Student Chapter is a group of students who work together to organise fun, interesting, and career-aiding events for all students at the University of Bedfordshire. All the events have something to do with computing. Despite this, the chapter aims to have various diverse events that cross multiple fields and are interesting for more students than just those studying computing.

Emelin is an excellent young French teen photographer (17) who has been passionate about nature ever since he was a child. He was always attracted to animals of all kinds. He finds himself lucky, living in Ardèche, amongst chestnut forests, streams and meadows. At the age of 12 he got his first camera as a present. Taking photos of small animals and nature surrounding his home.

Get Inspired. Take Action. Be a part of the green revolution.

For Earth Day 2023, we need to act (boldly), innovate (broadly), and implement (equitably). Businesses, governments, and citizens — everyone accounted for, and everyone accountable. A partnership for the planet.

The Seal Research Trust (aka Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust) is a multi-award winning, evidence-based marine conservation charity. What we do really works. We support seal conservation groups across the UK, as well a large network of active citizen scientists across SW communities, who routinely survey seals on their local patch. This gives seals a voice and enables us to protect them and their ocean home.

Danny is based in the UK and has been photographing the natural world for over thirty years. He travels to many parts of the world in search of images and has a passion for the colder climates. Danny’s work has been widely published around the world and he is represented by some of the leading picture libraries.

Sea’d is a small NPO who hopes to bring both large and small communities together. No matter the size of your efforts, it is all important as we wish to shed light and spread support for all those working together in creating a better future. We even help plant trees!
Our name is a tribute to our passion for everything from the land to all that is ultimately apart of our sea. ‘Seedy’, ‘Seed’ or just Sea with a d at the end a play on words but signifying the rooted connection nature has with everything, including us.

A goal that crosses borders and defies religious and cultural differences. World Cleanup Day is one of the biggest civic movements of our time, uniting 191 countries across the world for a cleaner planet. On that day volunteers and partners worldwide again came together, despite the special requirements and many restrictions of Covid-19, to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets

Marc Graf and Christine Sonvilla are professional filmmakers, photographers and authors both holding University degrees in Conservation Biology/Ecology and Marine Biology (Marc & Christine) as well German Studies (Christine). Their work has been published worldwide and has received several international awards.

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