Natural heritage ‘crown jewels’ provide £36m of benefits a year

A group of important sites for wildlife and geology managed by Natural England provide economic, environmental and societal benefits totalling £36m, according to a new natural capital balance sheet published by the regulator

England's nature regulator is having to shoulder huge budget cuts. Photograph: 123RF
England’s national nature reserves cover 0.7% of the country’s most important habitats, wildlife and geology

A group of important sites for wildlife and geology managed by Natural England provide economic, environmental and societal benefits totalling £36m, according to a new natural capital balance sheet published by the regulator.

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