Biodiversity data sourcing guidelines published

CIEEM has produced advice for consultants and planners on when and where to source and use biodiversity data

The future of local environmental record centres is uncertain. Photograph: Byrdyak/123RFA guide to biodiversity data has been created in a bid to help consultants and planners source and use data more effectively.

The Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) published the guide on 9 May. It refers to records of species, available habitat data and designated site information held by not-for-profit local environmental records centres (LERCs) and other organisations.

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