Documents to download on biodiversity
Worcestershire Biodiversity Partnership publications
2009-10 annual Partnership report (737KB) looks at the Partnerships
achievements in beginning the development of a landscape-scale
strategy for the delivery of BAP targets.
- Our latest Partnership newsletter,
Action for Wildlife in Worcestershire
(680KB), was published in July 2010.
2008-09 Partnership report (3.8MB) looks at some of our nature
conservation successes during the year, focusing on a selection of
projects undertaken by partners.
- Many of the Biodiversity Action Plan webpages on this site
have a small library of documents and links specific to the habitat
or species in question.
Worcestershire Biodiversity Partnership - annual meeting
- A series of factsheets has been produced on the habitats and species within the Worcestershire
Biodiversity Action Plan.
- The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (the TEEB project) released its final
report in October 2010. A Bank of Natural Capital
website has also been launched to communicate the messages about
recognising the economic impacts of biodiversity loss.
- The 3rd
Wildlife and Countryside Link report (140KB) into progress towards the
Countdown 2010 commitments.
Vision Mapping Project Leaflet (1.8MB) produced following this 2-year
Biodiversity Partnership project.
The public body with responsibility for
protecting, improving and regulating activities having an impact on
our river and wetland environments.
- The Forestry
Delivers the forestry policies of
England, Wales and Scotland, with a mission to protect and expand
Britain's forests and woodlands.
The public body whose purpose is to
protect and improve England's natural environment and encourage
people to enjoy and get involved in their surroundings.
- Worcestershire Biological Records
Exists to collect, collate, manage and
disseminate information relating to the habitats and species in
- Worcestershire Wildlife
Part of a national network of nature
conservation charities and works to conserve and restore wildlife
and wild places across the county.
- UK National
The UK National Ecosystem Assessment (UK NEA) is
the first analysis of the UK’s natural environment in terms of the
benefits it provides to society and continuing economic
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