Reinvigorating the UK’s natural environment debate

February 2017
Reinvigorating the UK’s natural environment debate
Our Natural Environment theme, launched in 2015, has since stimulated new debate about how we tackle the long term decline of nature in Britain.

Four reports over the first two years have explored new approaches, for instance in relation to alleviating flood risk and sustainable food production, which work with, and financially benefit, farmers and land managers. Our work on natural markets has been presented to the Committee on Climate Change’s Adaptation Sub Committee.

We now have growing partnership with a range of interested organisations and businesses, including the National Trust, United Utilities, Southern Water and Wessex Water.

Read our reports:
Natural Infrastructure Schemes in practice
Natural partners
New markets for land and nature
Smarter flood risk management in England
Natural investment: futureproofing food production in the UK