£12,000 is nothing of the budget that NRW have, and the dataset in question is so powerful and important to understanding seabird populations, especially given the recent weather. This study should be allowed to continue!
Long term datasets such as this are essential for tracking the impacts of climate and pollution on Wales' ecosystems. NRW should treat the environment as a resource to protect rather than as a resource for humans to exploit!
Katherine A Jones
I am ashamed to live in Wales. Interesting to note the new logo cost £7625. Are cuts to wildlife conservation the price of restructuring?
toby foxcroft16 hours ago Comments: We need to lead the conservation of this planet. That means being a role model for the rest of the World. A budget cut of £12,000 - give me a break!
vicky lloyd4 weeks ago Comments: -
Simon1 month ago Comments: The next year of funding has been secured by public donations, but it shouldn't have ever got to that stage. Short term cuts have long term detrimental impacts on vitally important longitudinal studies.
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