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The Link Blog is a space for members, and others, to express their views about the natural environment.

It includes our year plan and Agriculture Bill series, as well as our Blueprint for Water focused blogs.

If you would like to contribute a blog, please contact Emma Adler..


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The Countryside Code

Published on: 7 April 2021

Marian Spain, Chief Executive of Natural England, celebrates the relaunch of the Countryside Code

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The cost of exempting Major Infrastructure Projects from Biodiversity Net Gain

Published on: 7 April 2021

Matt Browne, Advocacy Lead at Wildlife and Countryside Link, highlights the findings of a new Link report on the exemption of Major Infrastructure Projects from Biodiversity Net Gain.

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London leadership for climate change action

Published on: 6 April 2021

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'Goodbye Bycatch' campaign – what have we achieved and what’s next?

Published on: 6 April 2021

Julia Pix, Goodbye Bycatch campaign manager at WDC, writes about recent progress in the campaign to end the deaths of dolphins, porpoise and whale deaths in UK fishing gear.

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The Charter for Parks: Championing London’s parks for nature and people

Published on: 1 April 2021

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Turning the tide on single-use plastic pollution in London

Published on: 31 March 2021

Turning the tide on single-use plastic pollution in London

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Good green growth in London - developing with nature in mind

Published on: 30 March 2021

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Why ocean recovery is a missing piece of the climate change puzzle

Published on: 26 March 2021

WWF's Sean Clement outlines the latest research on marine protected areas and the dangers of bottom trawling disturbing seabed stores of carbon, explaining the importance of safeguarding our seas ahead of COP26 and calling on the Government to take a new approach to ocean protection

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Recognising and rewarding the people protecting our National Parks

Published on: 25 March 2021

Laura Williams at Campaign for National Parks shares the results of the annual Park Protector Awards and reflects on what a challenging 2020 has meant for our national parks and the people protecting them.

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