Natural Capital Asset Check for Kent

Kent’s natural environment works hard. It provides natural goods, such as food and timber, as well as space for recreation; it helps to improve the quality of water and reduce air pollution; and it can help protect from heavy rainfall and flooding, high winds and rising temperatures. The way in which Kent’s natural assets are arranged across the landscape also creates an attractive, characterful identity that draws in residents, employers and visitors. The supply of these goods, regulating and cultural services is highly valuable, and the ability of the natural environment to perform well will have a direct impact on Kent’s long term prosperity and

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