The Nature Recovery Network (NRN), a major commitment in the government’s 25 year Environment Plan has moved to the next stage with the launch of the NRN Delivery Partnership.
Headed up by DEFRA and Natural England, the partnership is a broad network of organisations who work together to carry out action for nature.
The government states that establishing the NRN will help deal with 3 of the biggest challenges we face, those of biodiversity loss, climate change and wellbeing.
Theresa May MP, Former PM said: “Its goals are simple: cleaner air and water; plants and animals which are thriving; and a cleaner, greener country for us all. – By using our land more sustainably and creating new habitats for wildlife, including by planting more trees, we can arrest the decline in native species and improve our biodiversity”
The plan is described as “a living blueprint for the environment covering the next quarter of a century.” But there are criticisms of the plan saying it does not go far enough.
You can read the Governments 25-year Environmental plan by clicking here.
- Flowers: Hillbers News