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21 April 2021 — News story
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
1 April 2021 — Press release
The new Code allows people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits that nature offers, while giving it the respect it deserves.
11 June 2021 — Press release
Dr Andy Clements receives OBE for his services to conservation and policy.
21 May 2021 — Press release
Project underway as International Biodiversity Day 2021 (22 May) is marked.
18 May 2021 — Press release
New task force will consider reintroduction of species to help populations recover as part of the Nature Recovery Network
17 May 2021 — Press release
Plans to treble tree planting rates by the end of this Parliament to be set out by the Environment Secretary in a speech this week
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