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Call for evidence launches on proposals to better safeguard marine habitats.
Proposals to open up a 50 mile stretch of coast between Salcott and Jaywick have been unveiled by Natural England.
New People and Nature Survey reveals clear inequalities for children engaging with nature.
Important flower-rich grasslands in Luton gain national protection through SSSI designation.
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.
Applications open to deliver four ‘green social prescribing’ pilots as part of a £4.27 million project to improve mental health and wellbeing in communities hardest hit by coronavirus.
A Natural England licensing scheme is now underway in Norfolk and Suffolk which will help better conserve the UK’s threatened population of great crested newts.
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.
A fund of up to £40 million that will create jobs in nature recovery and conservation opens today.
Trailblazing new government-backed scheme to benefit both people and wildlife in the Solent.
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
Licences and conditions relating to licensed actions on or around protected sites.
Natural England has published licenses for areas that will undertake badger control operations in England this autumn.
Natural England has recorded the best year for hen harrier breeding in England since 2002.
A Natural England scheme has boosted Essex’s pond habitats in just five months, helping to protect the UK’s threatened population of great crested newts.
A district level licensing scheme making it easier for developers to protect threatened populations of great crested newts is being rolled out in Cambridgeshire.
Five pilot areas will test how the recovery of England’s landscapes and wildlife can be driven locally
Defra to consult on the management of beavers in the wild and national approach for any further releases later this year.
The Environment Agency has granted a permit to place fish barriers across the entrances to Hoveton Great Broad in Norfolk as part of a restoration project.
Farmers participating in government-funded groups are creating close-knit, greener communities across England, according to a report published today.
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