Nature-positive & environment
What is it?
Tackling the loss of nature, encouraging biodiversity and restoring habitats
Nature-positive means enhancing the resilience of our planet and societies to halt and reverse nature loss. It has become a movement, with leaders from governments, businesses and civil society committing to action. A nature-positive approach enriches biodiversity, tackles climate change, purifies water and often employs nature based solutions to achieve this.
Bodinglee Wind Farm Nature-Positive Initiatives
These are some ideas which the project team could take forward and develop further, but these are not exhaustive. We want you to make suggestions on issues and interventions we have not mentioned here.
What does Nature-Positive mean?
Nature positive means enhancing the resilience of our planet and societies to halt and reverse nature loss. A nature positive approach enriches biodiversity, tackles climate change, purifies water and often employs nature-based solutions to achieve this.
Why is a “Nature-Positve’ important?
We have all been made aware of the decline in population of important species and habitats around the world and closer to home. The wind farm itself will help tackle climate change and due to the scale of the development there is an opportunity for the project to increase the local area’s biodiversity too.
This is an issue that many local people are passionate about and we believe that there is an opportunity to develop an approach together that not only helps improve biodiversity but supports the regional nature-based (or rural) economy at the same time.