People across Bolton are being asked their view on a “plan for nature.”

This comes after Bolton Council began its part in a consultation across the city region asking people their views on what a more nature friendly Greater Manchester would look like.

The responses people give will help inform the Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy.

A Bolton Council statement said: “Like the rest of the country, Greater Manchester faces closely linked climate and biodiversity emergencies. 

“Locally and nationally, we know we all need to do more to support the recovery of nature and increase the benefits it provides to our people and our economy.

“Greater Manchester Combined Authority is currently developing a Local Nature Recovery Strategy, a new plan for nature, to set out our local ambitions for nature.”

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The survey asks people for their views on what they think about the current state of nature in Greater Manchester.

It also asks what they think a more nature friendly Greater Manchester should look like and what actions they would like included in the strategy and those that they might be able to take locally.

More information about the survey can be found on the active consultations section of Bolton Council’s website and will be open until Thursday April 30 this year.