Safeguarding Guernsey's Wildlife
Have Your Say
On 27th March 2013 the States resolved, as part of the States Strategic Plan to protect and improve the Island's environment. In so doing it recognised that to deliver this requires "Policies to protect the natural environment and its biodiversity"
To meet this set of policy aims a draft Biodiversity Strategy has been produced by a departmental project group which lays out an approach to protect and enhance our island's biodiversity. The Strategy is not so much a list of actions as a robust framework which can be used to identify, develop and implement a set of interrelated Action Plans.
Click on the links below to find out more about the Strategy and have your say. The Department is keen to find out the views of all individuals and organisations that have an interest in protecting Guernsey's natural environment and its biodiversity. Whilst recommendations have been made and options given in the draft Strategy document these are not set in stone. Any feedback will be used to help shape the final version of a Strategy.
If you have comments or suggestions please contact the Environment Department using the contacts provided below and in the Strategy document.
Document downloadsA Biodiversity Strategy for Guernsey Consultation Document (ends 31 October 2014) A Biodiversity Strategy for Guernsey Consultation Leaflet
Environment DepartmentSir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1FH, Channel Islands
Tel: 44 1481 717200 Fax: 44 1481 717099