Protecting our environment
We are committed to protecting and enhancing our local wildlife, to not only benefit today's residents but also future generations.
Why is conservation important?
The local wildlife helps to provide and regulate essential natural resources, such as:
- Building materials
- Food & clean water
- Air quality & pollution
- Climate control
A healthy, balanced environment lends itself to reduced stress levels and disease in the local community.
How do we help?
- We work hard to effectively manage our Wildlife Sites and Special Areas of Conservation
- Our Conservation Volunteers do a variety of work across the wildlife areas of the borough, including repairs, footpath creation, fence installation, brook and stream management and non-native species control
- NBBC have signed and are committed to the West Midlands Biodiversity Pledge
- We support the Local Biodiversity Action Plan
In our efforts to protect and enhance our borough's biodiversity, we work with a number of partners including: Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Warwickshire Local Records Centre and Warwickshire County Council.
How can you help?
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust have some fantastic ideas on how you can help the local wildlife!
Last updated Friday, 7th February 2020