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Local Biodiversity Action

Everyone has a stake in their local environment and the quality of life it supports - from national government agencies to local community groups, environmental organisations to local businesses and farmers to school children.

Local Biodiversity Action Partnerships operate at a local authority level and help conserve and enhance biodiversity and engage local community input.

You can find out more about how the process for local biodiversity action works in these pages, and identify opportunities to get involved in the What can you do? pages.

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LBAP Partnerships

Links to Local Biodiversity Action Plans for your area.

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LBAP Projects

Examples of Local Biodiversity Action Plan projects.

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Advice for LBAPs

Links to online resources and hard-copy publications.



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