Earth Heritage Site Interpretation in England: a review of principle techniques with case studies (ENRR176)

English Nature believed that increased public awareness of earth science conservation would have major benefits for promoting greater public involvement, improve its ability to safeguard sites and gain wider acceptance of, and long term support for, the subject. A key initiative within English Nature identified 'Natural Areas’ throughout England, on the basis of their combined geological, biological and land-use character (Duff 1994) – this holistic approach to conservation was seen as a powerful tool in stimulating greater public support and involvement with nature conservation.

A printed copy of this old English Nature report is available from our Enquiry Service. Tel: 0845 600 3078 Email: enquiries@naturalengland.org.uk

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