Working with partners, Nature After Minerals is here to offer and share best-practice advice on biodiversity-led minerals restoration

C Ampe

The creation of a whole range of priority habitat through minerals restoration can help enhance biodiversity; linking and buffering existing conservation hotspots and creating wildlife corridors across the landscape in the process

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Ian Butler

Biodiversity-led minerals restoration can help protect and recover species of national and international conservation concern.

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Planning Advice

Positive and ambitious minerals planning at a strategic level can do much to help ensure biodiversity gain at a landscape scale.

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