MPA Conservation Advice

Updated conservation advice for Dogger Bank SAC


JNCC have published updated formal Conservation Advice for Dogger Bank SAC.

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The State of the UK's Bats 2017

Latest trends report from the NBMP


Populations of bat species being monitored are stable or recovering.

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MPA Conservation Advice

New formal conservation advice published


New formal conservation advice is now available for North Norfolk Sandbanks and Saturn Reef SAC.

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The State of the UK's Birds 2017

Latest results from bird surveys and monitoring studies


Highlights affects of climate change on birds.

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Newly classified Irish Sea Front marine SPA

First to protect an important offshore seabird foraging area


Irish Sea Front SPA the first UK SPA to protect an important seabird foraging area which is fully located in the offshore environment

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10 years of UK Offshore Marine Protected Areas

Protecting our diverse and vibrant seas for future generations


JNCC has been working for more than 10 years to identify MPAs in the more remote areas of our seas to ensure they remain healthy into the future.

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Protecting the UKs marine wonders for future generations

JNCC bring remote areas of the sea to life in underwater videos


The UKs seas host some of the most diverse habitats in Europe, from vibrant cold-water coral reefs in the hidden depths to towering underwater mountains that are hotspots for marine life! 

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UK National Contact Point  

JNCC is the UK LIFE National Contact Point

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Working with us

 

JNCC is keen to participate collaboratively, as a project partner or a coordinator, in EU and other joint projects. Everything from simple partnerships to multidisciplinary projects or networks of scientists and researchers across all science and technology fields related to the environment. more>>>

JNCC Strategy

2017-2020

 

The strategy sets out the direction and scope of JNCC more>>>

UK Biodiversity Framework

 The framework is designed to show how the work of the four UK countries joins up with work at a UK level to achieve the ‘Aichi targets’ and the aims of the EU biodiversity strategy. Read the framework

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