04. May 2010 · Write a comment · Categories: News

The RSPB is launching a new approach to nature conservation, dubbed futurescapes the programme calls for wide swathes of the British countryside to be made more friendly to wildlife, going far beyond the boundaries of official nature reserves. They hope to encourage and partner with organisations to help make this change, citing successes in the Greater Thames region which included partnerships with Veolia, DP World and Port of London Authority.

This makes a lot of sense as wildlife reserves, wonderful though they are, make up only a tiny fraction of our crowded island, and the flora and fauna that are trying to survive don't recognise the borders of those reserves. Good luck to them.

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