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Protected Areas and Nature Recovery
Achieving the goal to protect 30% of UK land and seas for nature by 2030
This report from the British Ecological Society (published 22 April 2022) examines the Prime Minister’s pledge to protect 30% of UK land and seas by 2030 to support nature recovery.
Authors: Joseph J. Bailey (York St John University), Constance M. Schéré (King’s College London), Charles A. Cunningham (University of York), Chloë Alexia Metcalfe (UCL), Donal C. Griffin (Northern Ireland Marine Task Force), George Hoppit (University of Bristol), Rebecca K. Turner (UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; University of Kent), and Thomas Travers (University of Liverpool), supported by Jane K. Hill (University of York) and Paul Sinnadurai (Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and Cardiff University).
The report was edited by a Steering Group including Rick Stafford (Bournemouth University), David Allen (Natural Resources Wales), Nick Isaac (UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology) and Ben Ross (NatureScot); the BES Policy Team (Daniela Russi, Bethany Chamberlain, Nick Harvey Sky and Sarah McKain) and India Stephenson (BES).
Bailey J. J., Cunningham, C. A., Griffin, D. C., Hoppit, G., Metcalfe, C. A., Schéré, C. M., Travers, T. J. P., Turner, R. K., Hill J. K., Sinnadurai, P., Stafford R., Allen D., Isaac N., Ross B., Russi D., Chamberlain B., Harvey Sky N., McKain S. (2022). Protected Areas and Nature Recovery. Achieving the goal to protect 30% of UK land and seas for nature by 2030. London, UK.
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