Natural England use blog to gather feedback on their 2060 Vision

Vertical Garden at CaixaForum in Madrid
Vertical Garden at CaixaForum in Madrid
Image credit: Patrick Breen

Guy Thompson, Executive Director, External Affairs at Natural England, addressed Defra’s Third Sector Advisory Board on Monday (5/10/09). Guy highlighted the value of the third sector to the work of Natural England. He indicated that Natural England were working to publish their third sector policy statement in line with the commitment made in Defra’s Third Sector Strategy (commitment 10.2). The Third sector Team has been providing support to Natural England in this process and in turn Natural England has been liaising with two of Defra’s other big delivery bodies, the Forestry Commission and the Environment Agency, who are also looking to publish their policy statements in Compact Week.

He also mentioned the work they were doing currently on their long term strategy: Vision 2060. You can find out more about their strategy and comment on the Vision 2060 blog.

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  1. Barry
    Posted 26 July, 2010 at 3:26 pm | Permalink

    This looks really cool, where abouts is this.

  2. Joe Taylor
    Posted 3 August, 2010 at 11:24 am | Permalink

    Further information about Natural England’s approach can be found here:

  3. Scott
    Posted 6 August, 2010 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

    Barry is right that does look cool, and cheers Joe for that link, I found that quite informative

  4. Ron
    Posted 20 June, 2011 at 3:49 pm | Permalink

    Why are we using an image of a wall (albeit a very nice one) that is in Madrid.

    Surely we have something of similar quality in the UK? The White Cliffs, The Cheddar Gorge, Numerous marvels of nature abound in this country and we get an image of Madrid on a website dedicated to our environment.


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