On 11 March 2021 James Littlewood, CEO of Cambridge Past Present and Future (CPPF), gave us an illustrated talk about the Cambridge Nature Network.
To reverse the local decline in biodiversity, our nature sites need to be better, bigger and more connected. One way to achieve this is through a local nature recovery network, and one is being proposed for Cambridge.
The Cambridge Nature Network is based on six priority areas for recovery, including the Gog Magog Hills and River Cam Valley.
Initial work on the Cambridge Nature Network is being progressed by CPPF and Wildlife Trust BCN (Beds, Cambs and Northants).
James based his talk on the recently published interim report of the CNN, which you can read here.