National Biodiversity Network Trust

National Biodiversity Network Trust

Charity information

National Biodiversity Network Trust

The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) is a collaborative project, but, above all else, it is a partnership, which involves many of the UK’s wildlife conservation organisations, the government and country agencies, environmental agencies, local environmental records centres and also many voluntary groups.

All of these organisations collect and use biodiversity data and they are all committed to making this information widely available.

Founded 2000

  • Mission statement

    Biological data collected and shared openly by the Network are central to the UK's learning and understanding of its biodiversity and are critical to all decision making about nature and the environment.

  • Aims

    National Biodiversity Network Trust aims to:

    • Record, collect, diversify, enhance and mobilise biological data.
    • Make biological data and information available to everyone.
    • Captivate and engage people about wildlife
    • Provide the best biological information management infrastructure
    • Support the development of the NBN, its Board and its members.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2000

    Registered Charity Number: 1082163

    Board members: 15

    Full time staff: 4

    Part time staff: 4

    Phone number: 0115 9247132

    Address: Broadway Business Centre, 32a Stoney Street, Lace Market, Nottingham NG1 1LL

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  • On-line recording

    This is a tool to allow naturalists around the UK to record species information directly i... More