STATE OF NATURE WALES 2023
26 September 2023
With and ongoing changes in the way we manage each subsequent State of Nature report our our land for agriculture, and the effects monitoring and measuring of these losses of climate change, are having the biggest improves and refines. [...] These vary from the coastal the end goal of conservation but a critical dunes and cliff systems of Pembrokeshire; step towards biodiversity recovery to the urban edges of Swansea, Cardiff and ‘healthy and resilient levels’ stated in the Newport; the mountain peaks of Eryri; Global Biodiversity Framework. [...] Critical levels’ are clearly defined and that the actions to the project is the inclusion of the most needed to achieve agreed targets for effective biodiverse marine areas in Wales, off the species recovery are fully implemented and coasts of Pembrokeshire, Pen Llŷn and monitored. [...] Much of the new woodland the dependency of the current and future impact of Glastir and future farm payments The scheme will include requirements for comprises uniform planting of non- state of nature on the degree to which the targeted at supporting such species, bespoke all farms, such as managing at least 10% of native tree species for harvest. [...] not considered in their entirety as protected nature is one of the priority objectives for the Framework includes a target to conserve and areas in the context of the 30% target.