Other sources of information
Biodiversity affects every one of us because it is truly cross-cutting, relating to social, health and economic issues.
Publications and websites
- Association of Local Government Ecologists (ALGE) – a range of publications
- Defra (2006) Guidance for Local Authorities on implementing the biodiversity duty.
- Defra (2006) Guidance for Public Authorities on implementing the biodiversity duty.
- Exploring the Suffolk Countryside
- Wildlife Trusts: Local Authority Services and Biodiversity – Your Statutory Obligations (PDF)
Organisations that can advise and provide practical help:
- Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley
- River Action Group Ipswich Borough Council
- Forestry Commission
- Green Light Trust - Bringing People and Nature Together
- Ipswich Borough Council Wildlife Network
- Natural England
- Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB
- Suffolk County Council Landscape and Wildlife
- Suffolk Wildlife Trust - Wilder landscapes
- West Suffolk Council
- West Suffolk Ranger Service
- Wild Ipswich
Image: Successful re-introduction of the Silver-Studded Blue