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The recreation of species-rich grassland represents a key EU agri-environment policy initiative intended to maintain native biodiversity and to suppor...Read more
In light of global climate change and the biodiversity crisis, making cities more resilient through an adjusted design of urban green and blue spaces ...Read more
Recreating on public land is increasingly popular in the Pacific Northwest. Recreation management requires balancing opportunities for people to enjoy...Read more
The main aim of the LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES Behaviour Change Project is to help Natural England and partners develop evidence-based interventions to ...Read more
Feedbacks between people and ecosystems are central to the study of social-ecological systems (SES) but remain poorly understood. It is commonly assum...Read more
Economic valuation of ecosystem services has emerged as a valuable tool to promote conservation and sustainable land management. Our study adds to thi...Read more
Natural England commissioned this series of evidence briefings called 'Included Outside' to bring together existing evidence on barriers to engagement...Read more
This briefing gives an overview of the common reasons that limit opportunities for people from ethnic minority backgrounds to enjoy nature in England,...Read more
This briefing gives an overview of the common reasons that limit opportunities for people living with disabilities to enjoy nature in England, and pre...Read more
This briefing gives an overview of the common reasons that limit opportunities for people living in low-income areas to enjoy nature in England, and p...Read more