From Rio to Sussex



A Biodiversity Action Plan for Sussex

Marram pic.


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UK Biodiversity Action Plan:

National Biodiversity Network:

Sussex Biodiversity Partnership - main partners
Brighton and Hove City Council:
Country Land and Business Association:
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:
East Sussex County Council:
English Nature:
Environment Agency:
Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group:
National Farmers Union:
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds:
Sussex Downs Conservation Board:
West Sussex County Council:

Sussex Biodiversity Partnership - wider partners
Arun DC:
Ashdown Forest:
British Trust for Conservation Volunteers:
Chichester Harbour Conservancy:
Forestry Commission:
High Weald AONB Unit - Weald Heathland & Weald Meadows Initiatives:
National Trust:
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve:
South East Water:
Southern Water:
Sussex Amphibian and Reptile Group:
Sussex Bat Group:
Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre:
Sussex Ornithological Society:
Sussex Police (Wildlife Liaison Officer):
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust:

Sussex Projects
Beaches at Risk:
High Weald AONB Unit - Weald Heathland & Weald Meadows Initiatives:
Nature Coast Project (West Sussex):
Romney Marsh Countryside Project:

National organisations & charities
British Herpetological Society (BHS):
Business and Biodiversity:
Countryside Survey 2000:
England Biodiversity Group:
Friends of the Earth:
Herpetofauna Groups of Britain and Ireland (HGBI):
Herpetological Conservation Trust (HCT):
International Tree Foundation:
Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC):
Landscape Institute:
Marine Conservation Society:
National Biodiversity Network:
Nature net:
Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA):
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH):
Tree Council:
UK Agriculture:
UK Biodiversity Action Plan:
Wildlife Trusts:
World Conservation Monitoring Centre:
World Wide Fund for Nature:

Sussex / Southern organisations & information
Sussex Police (Wildlife Liaison Officer):
West Sussex County Council monthly wildlife feature on its website: Woodnet: