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Actions to Conserve wildlife

We have summarised evidence from the scientific literature about the effects of different interventions to conserve wildlife and ecosystem services.

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Legally protect shrubland

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Legally protect shrubland

Legally protect habitat around shrubland

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Legally protect habitat around shrubland

Restore/create habitat connectivity between shrublands

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Restore/create habitat connectivity between shrublands

Remove trees/crops to restore shrubland structure

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Remove trees/crops to restore shrubland structure

Remove trees, leaf litter and topsoil

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Remove trees, leaf litter and topsoil

Add peat to soil

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Add peat to soil

Burn leaf litter

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Burn leaf litter

Raise awareness amongst the general public

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Raise awareness amongst the general public

Provide education programmes about shrublands

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Provide education programmes about shrublands
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Shrubland and Heathland Conservation

Shrubland and Heathland Conservation - Published 2017

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What Works in Conservation

What Works in Conservation

What Works in Conservation assesses the research looking at whether interventions are beneficial or not. It is based on summarised evidence in synopses, on topics such as amphibians, bats, biodiversity in European farmland, and control of freshwater invasive species. More are available and in progress.

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