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9 September 2020 — News story
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
15 October 2020 — News story
Proposals to open up a 50 mile stretch of coast between Salcott and Jaywick have been unveiled by Natural England.
14 October 2020 — Press release
Important flower-rich grasslands in Luton gain national protection through SSSI designation.
New People and Nature Survey reveals clear inequalities for children engaging with nature.
7 October 2020 — Press release
Natural England’s vision for the next five years seeks to help all children, wherever they live, to enjoy the benefits of a thriving natural environment.
30 September 2020 — News story
Survey revealed that during April-June 2020 almost nine in 10 adults in England reported that protection of the environment is important to them personally.
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