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Northern Ireland Biodiversity Strategy

Last updated: 20 July 2010

In "Biodiversity in Northern Ireland: Recommendations to Government for a Biodiversity Strategy" the Northern Ireland Biodiversity Group (NIBG) identified major issues affecting Biodiversity in Northern Ireland under the following: picture of blue-eyed grass flowerpicture of cover page of Northern Ireland Biodiversity Strategy document

  • Agricultural Systems and Support
  • Coastal and Marine
  • Management of Freshwater Use and Management
  • Construction and Development
  • Tourism and Recreation
  • Peatland Management
  • Introduced Species and Genetic Material

 
 

The Governernment recognises the issues and sets out how to deal with them in
the document Northern Ireland Biodiversity Strategy (.PDF 1.55Mb)Opens in New window

picture of the front cover of the 2009 NIBG report

    

   

   

Delivery of the Northern Ireland Biodiversity Strategy - October 2009

The second report of the Northern Ireland Biodiversity Group 2005 —2009 (.PDF 4Mb)Opens in New window