Dŵr Cymru published its latest Biodiversity Plan in December 2020. It is called “Making time for nature 2020: Welsh Water’s revised plan for maintaining and enhancing biodiversity".
Sustainable Management of Natural Resources
Wales’ natural resources and ecosystems underpin our well-being and quality of life. They fuel our industries, provide our food, clean air and water, and create jobs and thriving communities. This all links to the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources. NRW have concluded that Wales is not currently achieving the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources we require for future generations. The Sustainable Management of Natural Resources, or SMNR, is a long-term goal for all of Wales, including industries, local government, and communities. Find out how we are playing our part towards SMNR.
Our Plan describes how our business interacts with nature. It highlights what we are already doing and will continue to do across the business to support nature and biodiversity.
We welcome your comments on the Plan, particularly ideas on how it could be improved. Your views will be taken into account when we review our Plan in 2023. We also welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively across our operational areas.
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Biodiversity Strategy 2022