Guardian article: Analysis for Friends of the Earth also finds lower-income areas have far fewer trees than wealthier ones. LINK
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ArchDaily article: In April 2020, the Municipality of Amsterdam approved the Amsterdam Circular 2020-2025 strategy with a two-year initial practical action plan. LINK
The Guardian article: Lewes council passes motion recognising Sussex river’s rights to protection, amid growing concerns over pollution of waterways. LINK
To understand the potential of biodiversity enhancement interventions in Nottingham, Ecosulis and 4EI combined the habitat mapping work with more sophisticated modelling techniques. LINK
Plan will put everyone in England within 15 minutes of green space – but what matters is justice not distance
The Conversation article: UK Government plan’s laudable ambitions overlook the ways our experiences of the outdoors are shaped by privileges of wealth and health. LINK
Wildlife Trusts article: A new evidence report, ‘HS2 double jeopardy: how the UK’s largest infrastructure project undervalued nature and overvalued its compensation measures’ reveals fundamental… Read More »UK Government must require re-evaluation of nature loss and compensation say The Wildlife Trusts
BBC Science article: Under new government plans to restore nature, habitats for wildlife will be expanded and there will be 25 new or enlarged national… Read More »Everyone to live 15 minutes from green space or water in England under plans
The Net Zero Review has travelled to all four nations of the UK, received 1800+ responses to our call for evidence, and held more than… Read More »Independent Review of UK Government’s Net Zero: Mission Zero.
This strategy sets out policies and proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy to meet net zero target by 2050. LINK
Turning thinly populated office towers into apartment buildings would ease cities’ housing shortages, while boosting both downtown commerce and property values and, therefore, tax revenues.… Read More »In order to survive, cities must convert office buildings into housing.
The route will stretch from Dartmoor all the way up to Scotland’s Cairngorms LINK
Agency aims to double the number of schemes it supports after success of £15m pilot projects. LINK
Introducing tools – empowering people to explore the ideas of Doughnut Economics and put them into practice. LINK
The largest new urban public park to be created in the South West for 50 years has been given the go-head, allowing Bath-based landscape architecture… Read More »Green light for Bath landscape architecture firm’s modern take on the traditional public park