Biodiversity - Public Goods Scheme
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Tuesday, 11 December 2018 to Friday, 18 January 2019
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- BIO01 Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council PDF 104 KB View as HTML (1) 6 KB
- BIO02 Paul Sinnadurai PDF 2 MB
- BIO03 Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environment Management (CIEEM) PDF 297 KB View as HTML (3) 21 KB
- BIO04 Community Woodlands Group PDF 1 MB
- BIO05 National Parks Wales PDF 207 KB View as HTML (5) 51 KB
- BIO06 Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water PDF 244 KB View as HTML (6) 44 KB
- BIO07 British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) PDF 257 KB View as HTML (7) 38 KB
- BIO08 Laurence Brooks - Ecology Consultant PDF 531 KB
- BIO09 British Ecological Society PDF 664 KB View as HTML (9) 103 KB
- BIO10 Glandwr Cymru - The Canal and River Trust in Wales PDF 304 KB View as HTML (10) 12 KB
- BIO11 Country Land and Business Association Cymru PDF 729 KB
- BIO12 Coed Cadw - Woodland Trust PDF 429 KB View as HTML (12) 118 KB
- BIO13 Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Cymru PDF 697 KB View as HTML (13) 148 KB
- BIO14 Welsh Local Government Associaton PDF 81 KB
- BIO15 Wales Environment Link PDF 1 MB
- BIO16 Natural Resources Wales PDF 385 KB View as HTML (16) 76 KB
- BIO17 National Farmers' Union Cymru (NFU Cymru) PDF 132 KB View as HTML (17) 32 KB
- BIO18 Wildlife Trusts Wales PDF 733 KB
- BIO19 Confor PDF 438 KB View as HTML (19) 21 KB
- BIO20 Nature Friendly Farming Network PDF 819 KB
- BIO21 Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group PDF 105 KB View as HTML (21) 7 KB
- BIO22 Farmers' Union of Wales PDF 741 KB
Purpose of the consultation
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee sought views on:
- How could the Welsh Government’s proposed Public Goods scheme, set out in Brexit and Our Land, be applied to restore biodiversity;
- How could the various existing Welsh Government policies and legislation for biodiversity restoration be applied in the design and implementation of the proposed Public Goods scheme; and
- What lessons can be learned from the Glastir Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (GMEP) to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of schemes to support the restoration of biodiversity. How should the new Environment and Rural Affairs Monitoring and Modelling Programme (ERAMMP) be designed and implemented effectively for this purpose?
Invitation to contribute to the inquiry
If you wish to submit evidence, please send an electronic copy of your submission to: email@example.com
ask that all contributions reach us before 18 January 2019.
Providing Written Evidence
The National Assembly for Wales has two official languages, Welsh and English.
In line with the Assembly’s Official Languages Scheme, the Committee requests that documents or written responses to consultations intended for publication or use in National Assembly proceedings are submitted bilingually. When documents or written responses are not submitted bilingually, we will publish in the language submitted, stating that it has been received in that language only.
We expect other organisations to implement their own standards or schemes and to comply with their statutory obligation.
Disclosure of information
Please ensure that you have considered the Assembly’s policy on disclosure of information before submitting information to the Committee.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee
Telephone: 0300 200 6565