Across over ten themes, the authors describe both approaches that have worked well and areas where we have collectively fallen short.

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Shrill Carder Bee on pink flower

Natural capital

Chris Drake and Hannah Simmons, Kent County Council, and Kathi Bauer,
South East Rivers Trust.

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Pink, purple and yellow chalk grassland flowers on a steep chalk escarpment overlooking the sea

Conserving special places

Sue Beale, Natural England, and Lawrence Ball, Kent Wildlife Trust.

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Konicki ponies grazing Stodmarsh Reserve

Restoring landscapes

Chloe Edwards, Kent Wildlife Trust

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A flock of waxwings feeding on the berries of a Cotoneaster shrub in an urban landscape.

Conserving nature in an urban landscape

Richard Bloor, Maureen Rainey and Bethany Pateman,
Kent Wildlife Trust.

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European otter Lutra lutra

Conserving nature in a
changing climate

Lucy Breeze, Kent County Council

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Chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax

Species conservation

Kirsty Swinnerton and Stan Smith,
Kent Wildlife Trust

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Common Redshank Tringa totanus

Marine conservation

Chris Drake, Kent County Council

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Protesters speaking about the impacts of climate change

Environmental policy

Julia Hunt, Kent Wildlife Trust

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Volunteers at Hothfield Heathlands

People engagement

Keeley Atkinson, Amy Fitzmaurice and Lee Mason-Baldwin, Kent Wildlife Trust

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Cattle along the riverbank

Challenges, risks, opportunities and resources for conservation

Paul Hadaway, Kent Wildlife Trust

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