Natural England’s Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment (MENE) survey provides trend data for how people experience the natural environment in England and celebrated its decade in 2019 with new tools useful for making the case for rights of way in your county.
This webinar introduces the data and demonstrates how the tools can be used in any area to illustrate the value and existing or latent demand for increased public access.
Using the statistics and trends provided by the Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment to answer the questions:
- What are the benefits of public rights of way?
- How could we get more benefits?
- If we spent more what could it deliver?
- Understanding the MENE data and its applications
- Using the MENE dashboard
Pippa Langford, Principal Specialist Recreation and Access, Natural England
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