Their work helps maintain and enrich biological diversity and conserve geological features. It also helps sustain natural systems, which provide the core “services” we all depend on like food, fresh water and clean air. In this way they contribute to economic growth and social well-being and are integral to sustainable development
Good policy-making, planning, development and risk management all depend on reliable, up-to-date information about biodiversity status and trends. Their role is to provide evidence, information and advice so decisions can be made that protect their natural resources and systems.
JNCC itself is a forum that brings together the UK’s four country conservation bodies. We advise Government and a wide range of bodies to help join up policy and to deliver a strong and cost-effective evidence base by helping to see that the best possible return is achieved from investment in research and surveillance in the UK and internationally.
Where is Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)