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Cornwall has seen 26 green projects - all aimed at tackling declining biodiversity and restoring its natural environment - delivered since the G7 conference.
The new segment connects the existing open stretch of the England Coast Path in Somerset to the established South West Coast Path.
Curlew recovery project rescues eggs from East of England’s airfields.
Part of the Yorkshire Wolds is being considered for designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Over 99,000 hectares of England to be dedicated to supporting wildlife and nature for people to enjoy
Licences and conditions relating to licensed actions on or around protected sites.
A joint prosecution by Natural England and the Environment Agency for damages to the River Lugg has progressed following guilty pleas by the defendant.
The new National Nature Reserve will protect 6,140 hectares of precious saltmarsh, heath and wetland habitats, home to nationally significant wildlife populations.
Easy-to-follow walking route along the west and east Sussex coast includes part of the South Downs National Park.
£2.5 million LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES project, led by Natural England, has now planted seagrass across a total of 3.5 hectares of seabed.
Natural England calls for members of the public to take action to prevent wildfires in the Yorkshire area
Targets and Green Paper proposals will protect and enhance our natural world.
20,000 seagrass seed bags to help restore Solent seabed for people and nature
Wild ponies at a Natural England nature reserve in Cornwall have been boosting people’s mental health thanks to a winter series of events.
Banks of the River Lugg were damaged in December 2020 causing suspected significant and long-term ecological harm.
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is working to bring about Nature’s recovery.
Volunteers will pack 20,000 bags of seagrass seeds this month to help restore seagrass within the natural harbour.
11 mile section brings the total length of the England Coast Path to 81 miles in Cumbria
New guidance for land managers launched to help the public enjoy the countryside responsibly
Land managers and farmers can apply for funding from the Landscape Recovery scheme for wildlife and river projects.
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