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Tony Juniper
Changing ideas, so that social progress and sound economics go forward with Nature. Chair of & Fellow of . Personal views on here
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Tony Juniper 20h
Good spot. Yes that is indeed by Haweswater, Lake District NP, & I picked that photo out of the album for just that reason. took me there & showed not only the big challenges, but also how quickly things can improve for wildlife when it’s given a chance.
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Tony Juniper Sep 21
Replying to @susanna_wilson
It really is. Have a quick scroll through the proposals. If we can do even half of what it says it will be a big leap forward.
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Julian Glover Sep 20
Very proud to launch our Landscapes Review this morning to make National Parks & AONBs greener, more beautiful & there for everyone thanks to & all amazing panel & team
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Tony Juniper Sep 21
This is great! Review calls for a step up in ambition for National Parks & AONBs, such as making them the backbone of a Nature Recovery Network. Yes please! Also proposes a new Park in The Chilterns, we look forward to helping with delivery
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Tony Juniper Sep 20
In David Attenborough Building today for deep dive into ecological economics. Most of us went outside join Climate Strike. New policy design & popular demand for change coming together in powerful synergy. Great to se so many & other colleagues there
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Tony Juniper Sep 19
Thanks for all the work in getting this one out to readers in the US. I hope a few people look at it!
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Julian Glover Sep 19
Completely right!
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Tony Juniper Sep 19
My message Conference: We can & must do much more with our National Parks, for Nature recovery, landscape beauty, carbon capture, climate adaptation, public health & local & regional economies. We need an integrated approach, using all tools we have in the box.
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Tony Juniper Sep 18
The main & most fundamental issue is the misalignment between economics and ecology. Crude measures of economic growth are pursued as if the planet were infinite. It isn’t. Also public demand for political action is too weak (hopefully change is coming on both counts).
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Tony Juniper Sep 18
My privilege to cut the ribbon on the newest section of the English Coastal Path on Teesside. More opportunities for everyone to enjoy the Nature and culture of our historic coastline. we much appreciate the partnerships & support that enable us to do this work.
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James Bevan Sep 16
Today , , and launch the latest UK climate projections. Headline: more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Further sobering evidence showing the need for us to adapt to the together:
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Tony Juniper Sep 15
One of my favourite animals
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Tony Juniper Sep 14
Well done for work at Logan’s Meadow LNR. A great example of what can be done in cities. Grass Snake, Daubenton’s Bat & much more-is that Sulphur Shelf Fungus? (60cm wide). MENE survey reveals huge value of such Nature spaces
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Derek Gow Sep 13
This is the barbrook. A bowl in the land pocked forever by the patterns of the ancient beaver dams the Saxons once knew. Their creators long gone. The landscape bereft.
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Daniel Johns Sep 13
And in the afternoon together with senior folk from both and , to discuss how to how make projects like Ingoldisthorpe the norm across the country
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Tony Juniper Sep 13
Thank you for the tour of the Ingoldisthorpe wetland, created with to clean up sewage water before it joins the River Ingold. Really great to see. we look forward to helping more of this happen as part of the Nature Recovery Network.
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Tony Juniper Sep 13
No need to apologise Mark. Lots of people seem in any event to have decided to attack Natural England, even though the policy is decided by Ministers.
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Tony Juniper Sep 13
Replying to @NaturalWord
The policy is decided by Ministers, not Natural England.
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Tony Juniper Sep 13
Thanks Mark for being with us. You gave us much food for thought, about the history of the official Nature conservation effort, on the difficult compromises we must make, a reminder of the unique space we occupy in that lonely middle ground & of opportunities for the future.
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Tony Juniper Sep 12
Thank you. The big picture is the one that I’m trying to stay focussed upon.
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