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Want to find out more about nature in Cornwall. Explore the videos below for more, and keep an eye on this page for new content.

November's Local Nature Partnership Annual Conference included a string of public events exploring action to Grow Nature in Cornwall, including this Nature Recovery Workshop where members of their public pitched their initial proposals on what the plan could cover.

Our February webinar included a series of interviews, insights, films and and talks with speakers focusing on the future of farming, the Environmental Land Management scheme and Nature Recovery in Cornwall. The conference featured updates from three of the six Cornwall Environmental Land Management Test & Trials, with reports from consultants and some of the farmers involved.

Our March workshop just a week later saw local farmers and land managers share their views on their priorities for nature recovery, and the opportunities of the Environmental Land Management scheme.


The LNP conference also included this question time event with LNP board members Lord Robin Teverson, Oliver Baines, Carolyn Cadman, Helen Dobby, and Wesley Smyth.

December's 2020 Cornwall Sustainability Awards showcased the incredible work Cornish businesses are doing to transition Cornwall to a sustainable future. Watch the event below, and explore this year's winners and nominees.This year's awards also saw a keynote speech from naturalist and Springwatch presenter Chris Packham.

After being hunted to extinction in the UK 400 years ago, The Cornwall Beaver Project brought beavers back to Cornwall in summer 2017 thanks to public support. Explore more in this video - a great example of nature recovery already underway in Cornwall.
Operation Hedgehog is a Cornwall Wildlife Trust project that is aiming to reverse the rapid decline of hedgehog populations. This recent live event provided an update on this nature recovery project.

From June 2020, we engaged with residents to your views on the changes you want for future generations to inform the Cornwall Plan. We heard from a wide range of people, all across Cornwall - with over 25,000 people visiting this online platform to take part in the conversation, and over 900 taking part in discussions, round tables and focus groups. You can view a summary of feedback. This 'Sustainable Cornwall We Want' is one of the livestream discussions with a particular focus on the environment.

We are committed to embedding environmental and social justice in our decision making. Our decision-making wheel is one way we're helping to ensure that nature is a factor considered in all Cornwall Council decisions. This video provides an overview of the wheel and its rationale. You can also view an associated State of Cornwall assessment, and explore more on how we monitor our progress on nature through our Environmental Growth Evaluation and Monitoring Framework.


Want to find out more about nature in Cornwall. Explore the videos below for more, and keep an eye on this page for new content.

November's Local Nature Partnership Annual Conference included a string of public events exploring action to Grow Nature in Cornwall, including this Nature Recovery Workshop where members of their public pitched their initial proposals on what the plan could cover.

Our February webinar included a series of interviews, insights, films and and talks with speakers focusing on the future of farming, the Environmental Land Management scheme and Nature Recovery in Cornwall. The conference featured updates from three of the six Cornwall Environmental Land Management Test & Trials, with reports from consultants and some of the farmers involved.

Our March workshop just a week later saw local farmers and land managers share their views on their priorities for nature recovery, and the opportunities of the Environmental Land Management scheme.


The LNP conference also included this question time event with LNP board members Lord Robin Teverson, Oliver Baines, Carolyn Cadman, Helen Dobby, and Wesley Smyth.

December's 2020 Cornwall Sustainability Awards showcased the incredible work Cornish businesses are doing to transition Cornwall to a sustainable future. Watch the event below, and explore this year's winners and nominees.This year's awards also saw a keynote speech from naturalist and Springwatch presenter Chris Packham.

After being hunted to extinction in the UK 400 years ago, The Cornwall Beaver Project brought beavers back to Cornwall in summer 2017 thanks to public support. Explore more in this video - a great example of nature recovery already underway in Cornwall.
Operation Hedgehog is a Cornwall Wildlife Trust project that is aiming to reverse the rapid decline of hedgehog populations. This recent live event provided an update on this nature recovery project.

From June 2020, we engaged with residents to your views on the changes you want for future generations to inform the Cornwall Plan. We heard from a wide range of people, all across Cornwall - with over 25,000 people visiting this online platform to take part in the conversation, and over 900 taking part in discussions, round tables and focus groups. You can view a summary of feedback. This 'Sustainable Cornwall We Want' is one of the livestream discussions with a particular focus on the environment.

We are committed to embedding environmental and social justice in our decision making. Our decision-making wheel is one way we're helping to ensure that nature is a factor considered in all Cornwall Council decisions. This video provides an overview of the wheel and its rationale. You can also view an associated State of Cornwall assessment, and explore more on how we monitor our progress on nature through our Environmental Growth Evaluation and Monitoring Framework.


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