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  • Consultation on controls on the import and export of hunting trophies

    Climate change and global biodiversity decline are interlinked threats for wildlife and people. Biodiversity is declining at a dangerous and unprecedented speed, and species extinction rates are accelerating, with up to 1 million species threatened. Overexploitation is one of the drivers of... More
    Closes 25 January 2020
  • Call for Evidence on the scale and impacts of the import and export of hunting trophies

    Climate change and global biodiversity decline are interlinked threats for wildlife and people. Biodiversity is declining at a dangerous and unprecedented speed, and species extinction rates are accelerating, with up to 1 million species threatened. Overexploitation is one of the drivers of... More
    Closes 25 January 2020
  • Raisby Hill Quarry

    Raisby Hill Quarry was notified on 18 October 2019 and is considered to be of special interest for its nationally important geological features: Raisby Hill Quarry exposes the complete sequence of the Raisby Formation of the Upper Permian Magnesian Limestone. This site has been identified as of... More
    Closes 18 February 2020
  • Crime Rigg Quarry

    Crime Rigg Quarry is located in Durham and is notified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) 18 October 2019. Crime Rigg Quarry is a nationally important site by reason of its geological features, namely its outstanding importance for interpreting the geological history of... More
    Closes 18 February 2020
  • The biodiversity metric 2.0

    Natural England has been working with Government and other stakeholders to update and improve the 2012 Defra biodiversity metric for measuring biodiversity losses and gains. This updated metric is called the biodiversity metric 2.0 and it supersedes and replaces that earlier Defra biodiversity... More
    Closes 29 February 2020
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