Ampharete oculicirrata©R.Barnich

All eyes on a new worm species

Exciting discovery by JNCC, MSS and Thomson EC scientists


Unique new species has eyes at both ends of its body.
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JNCC Nature News

Spring 2019 edition


Second edition of the relaunched JNCC Nature News is now online, brimming with news and information on our UK and international work.
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Tranche 3 Marine Conservation Zones

Tranche 3 MCZ Designated

Third Tranche of MCZs announced


Defra announce the designation of the third tranche of Marine Conservation Zones.
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Harbour seal © Lindis Bergland

UK Marine Strategy Part 1 

Defra launch consultation


JNCC made a significant contribution to the UK Marine Strategy consultation on achieving good environmental status for our biologically diverse seas, leading on the marine mammals, marine birds and benthic habitats assessments.

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Long-tailed tit©NE/Allan Drewitt

2018 Breeding Bird Survey

Latest results now published


Information gathered from over 4,000 sites across the UK.

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Latest butterfly Official Statistics

Butterflies bounce back in a heatwave summer


Thousands of volunteers submit records.

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UK National Contact Point  

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JNCC is the UK LIFE National Contact Point

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Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2018

 

During 2017/18, JNCC utilised our unique blend of skills and cost-effective working arrangements to fulfil our role as an impartial scientific authority on UK and international nature conservation. We provided evidence and advice on a wide range of topics to enable the four government administrations in the UK to meet their environmental priorities.

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JNCC Strategy

2017-2020

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

2017 JNCC Strategy

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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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