A presentation by Catharine Ward Thompson, Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Edinburgh
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An Excel spreadsheet for the developing with nature project to assist with assessments.
Natural Cambridgeshire wishes to enhance the natural environment of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and so we’ve produced a useful toolkit to help developers and infrastructure providers in achieving a net biodiversity gain to the public, local authorities and shareholders.
The Cambridgeshire to which we aspire will have healthy communities in healthy environments. We will pioneer initiatives to ensure that green space and access to nature help people to enjoy and appreciate the nature around them, leading to healthier and happier lives.
Where nature thrives, it provides us with clean water, fertile and healthy soils, natural flood control, greater biodiversity, natural pollinators and much more. There are wonderful wildlife sights in Cambridgeshire and you can read about them in our new booklet.
What do Brighton and Lewes Downs, Galloway & south Ayrshire, the Isle of Man, north Devon, Wester Ross and the Dyfi valley have in common? They have all been granted designated Biosphere Reserve status by UNESCO.