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Decision making for nature conservation

Decision making for nature conservation

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In this webinar, botanist Clive Hurford discusses prioritisation and nature conservation strategies focusing on upland and meadow/grassland habitats.

The recording was made 5 August 2020 at the time of the live webinar.

Nature conservation

Clear and transparent decision-making is fundamental to the long-term success of any conservation management project. These decisions include:

  • Identifying the habitats and species that should be prioritised for management and monitoring resources
  • Listing these habitats and species in priority order
  • Identifying the most important locations for carrying out the management

In this webinar, botanist and author Clive Hurford explores appropriate conservation strategies to ensure that priority habitats and species can persist into the medium and long-term future, with a focus on meadow/ grassland habitats.



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