Local Nature recovery strategies

A consultation has been opened on plans for new Local Nature Recovery strategies across England, to form part of the measures the government is taking in our landmark Environment Bill to protect our precious natural environment.

  • Restoring our natural world and protecting it for future generations will bring a wealth of benefits to people, our environment and our economy as we build back greener from the pandemic.

  • That is why the government has opened a consultation on plans for  Local Nature Recovery Strategies, which will allow local communities work together to identify where we should take action for nature’s recovery as part our national Nature Recovery Network. They will also identify opportunities to mitigate flood risk, plant trees or restore peatland for carbon sequestration to mitigate climate change.

  • These Local Nature Recovery Strategies will be a key part of Britain's green recovery and help kick-start the creation of over a million acres of joined up habitats which people can enjoy across the country.


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