Biodiversity - It's Our Nature
From the tiny toadstool to our wise
old oak, Biodiversity is all living things - and this includes
2011-2020 has been declared
the International Decade
on Biodiversity by the United Nations. It’s our chance to
get involved in our nature. You can do this in many ways, just
click through to the key sections below.
Biodiversity in Planning
A downloadable leaflet of the
advice provided by the Biodiversity in
Planning webpages is now available. The webpages and the
leaflet explains the requirements of biodiversity in the planning
process and what to do about them. It explains everything
from answering the biodiversity questions on the planning
application form through to ideas for mitigation. So if you
are considering submitting a planning application take a look!
We now have 9 wildlife walks
in the county so why not get out and be a wildlife
explorer with our handy leaflets. Take a look at
the Wildlife Walk page for some
ideas of where to
start exploring. URGENT: Due to
current problems in a couple of sections of the Drumau
Mountain route it is not advisable to attempt to walk the route as
currently presented. Please visit the Wildlife Walks
page for further detail.
These packs are designed to
help teachers nurture an understanding and an appreciation of our
natural environment whilst also following the national curriculum.
Take a look at the Biodiversity in
Education pages for further information.
Current Biodiversity News
The Welsh Government is currently
consulting on a new approach to the environment, including
biodiversity, that is based on an ecosystems approach. For
more information or to comment on the consultation visit the
Welsh Government Website.
The Economics of Ecosystems and
Biodiversity report aims to assign monetary values to the
services that biodiversity usually provides free of charge. You can
read more about this at the Bank of Natural Capital
Last Updated: 26.07.2013 at 09:32