A S U M M A RY F O R
27 September 2019
THE LEAST WE CAN DO IS PROTECT IT.” Y E T U N D E K E H I N D E , 1 7 YO U N G C O N S E RVAT I O N I S T R E A D M O R E I N T H E S TAT E O F N AT U R E 2 0 1 9 R E P O RT www.nbn.org.uk/stateofnature2019 #STAT E O F N AT U R E T H E S TAT E O F N AT U R E 2 0 1 9 : K E Y F I N D I N G S H E A D L I N E S A S U M M A RY F O R E N G L A N D The State of Nat. [...] Other pressures, research institutes, and Pressures upon wildlife come described as truly “wild”, as our findings, can be found and for which sufficient data undergoing rapid changes in and 24% have increased in degradation of habitats such as those associated the UK and national from many sources, including humans have created the in the UK State of Nature were available, 971 (13%) are abundance;. [...] on nature and the responses recent centuries; for At the UK scale, The indicator for 241 terrestrial England’s diverse landscapes change is driving widespread change in distribution; the being made to recover example, the drainage and freshwater species for O ur indicator of average caused by human activity has changes in the abundance, The State of Nature 2019 the abundance and proportion of spec. [...] There has been no let-up Progress has been made on statistical methods, to report grasslands in the south, many of which are rare and taxonomic groups, including data have shown strong on the state of nature across the blanket bogs along the in the net loss of nature localised species that have invertebrates and plants. [...] the UK and in the UK’s Crown Pennines, and the coastal in the UK.