Natural partners: Why nature conservation and natural capital approaches should work together

Page 6 references in order
Natural partners: Why nature conservation and natural capital approaches should work together

Water
Diffuse pollution – HM Government, 2014, Observatory monitoring framework, indicator data sheet: Indicatory DA3: Nitrate and phosphate levels in rivers
Over abstraction – WWF, 2009, Rivers on the edge
Wetlands lost – RSPB, accessed 2016, www.rspb.org.uk
Flood damage - HM Government, 2014, Flood defence spending in England
Pesticides - Square Meal, 2014, Why we need a new recipe for the future
Drinking water - Natural England, 2009, No charge? Valuing the natural environment
 
Soil
2.2m tonnes - Committee on Climate Change, 2015, Progress in preparing for climate change: 2015 Report to Parliament
Peatland damage – UK Peatland carbon Code, accessed 2016, A Defra Payment for ecosystem service pilot project
Soil organic carbon - Committee on Climate Change, 2015, Progress in preparing for climate change: 2015 Report to Parliament 
Critical nitrogen - Lawton et al., 2010, Making space for nature
Soil degradation - UK National Ecosystem Assessment, 2014, Follow-on: Synthesis of the key findings
 
Biodiversity
60% decline – RSPB, 2013, State of nature
1 in 10 – RSPB, 2013, State of nature
Farmland bird index - UK National Ecosystem Assessment, 2011, Synthesis of the key findings
Honey bees - Natural England, 2009, No charge? Valuing the natural environment
Pollination value - HM Government, 2011, The Natural Choice: securing the value of nature 
Hand pollination - HM Government, 2011, The Natural Choice: securing the value of nature 


Read the report here.

Related content

Blog

Loading...

Publications

Events