JNCC March 2019 Science Bulletin

JNCC Science Bulletin

March 2019 edition 


Latest issue of our Science Bulletin is out now! Highlighting some of our recent projects and activities, both in the UK and internationally, in a short at-a-glance format that can be read on the go.

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Latest butterfly Official Statistics

Butterflies bounce back in a heatwave summer


Thousands of volunteers submit records.

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Front cover of JNCC's Nature News Winter 2018-19 edition

Hot off the press!

1st edition of JNCC's relaunched Nature News


JNCC's newsletter, Nature News, is back! With a brand new look and brimming with news and information on our UK and international work. 

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6th National Report for CBD

6th National Report for CBD


UK's CBD 6th National Report published

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Angola's Afromontane Forest project © Ant Maddock/JNCC

Afromontane forests

Working to restore one of Angola's most threatened habitats


JNCC's Ant Maddock recently spent a week in Angola working on a project to help the villagers of Kanjonde in Huambo Province plant Afromontane forest trees.

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David Stroud AEWA award

David Stroud, AEWA Honorary Patron Award

Honoured for his outstanding achievements


The highest accolade the Treaty can bestow and has only been awarded once previously.

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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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