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Tony Juniper: second term is a chance to strengthen partnerships for Nature’s recovery

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Tony Juniper CBE, who has been reappointed as Chair of Natural England for a second term, reflects on the past three years and the opportunities that lie ahead   Back in 2019 I was honoured and delighted to be selected …

The Story of the Cotswold Water Park SSSI

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The Cotswold Water Park was created and continues to expand as a result of mineral mining activity across Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. It comprises of over 170 lakes, and is an incredibly important place for biodiversity, recreation, continued mineral operations …

Shaping the future of Nature Recovery: Developing Local Nature Recovery Strategies

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Local Nature Recovery Strategy Pilots Local Nature Recovery Strategies (LNRS) are a flagship measure in the Environment Bill.  They are a new system of spatial strategies for nature which will plan, map, and help drive more coordinated, practical, focussed action …

Collaboration is key to delivering more for nature and people through our National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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By Philip Hygate, Chair of National Association for AONBs, Mike McKinley, Chair of National Parks England and Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England. Our most beautiful landscapes can be found in England’s 10 National Parks and 34 Areas of Outstanding …