To help populations of wildlife Redlist Revival provides simple and sequential information about their status and performance – especially the priority species – and the factors that have a direct and indirect influence on those species.
Redlist Revival provides The Life Map and the Sustainable Life Indicators to help individuals, families and communities understand their relationship and impact on the natural world.
Simple and Sequential Information
The Life Map provides information sequentially: globally, nationally, locally and for each community. The Life Map allows information about the human population to be presented in a standard format. It provides the framework for the Sustainable Life Indicators and other related data layers so that they can be assessed and synchronised for the first time.
Direct and Indirect Features
The Sustainable Life Indicators are divided into those features that compete for physical resources and those that do not compete for physical resources. The features that compete for physical resources have a direct influence on populations of wildlife, whilst the features that do not compete for physical resources have an indirect influence. The Sustainable Life Indicators provide the platform to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Species Status and Performance
The first material has been produced for bird species. The documents have been produced in association with the British Trust for Ornithology using data from the Breeding Bird Survey. The Indicator lists the species with indices for each of the six broad habitats that cover the United Kingdom. It also highlights the priority species within each index and performance thresholds so that success can be identified, acknowledged and celebrated.
The Indicator is available for each county so that landholders are aware of the potential of their habitat – locally and within their community – and can engage in the benchmarking process to help manage populations for today and for future generations.
Register to find the information for your interest whether at community, local, national or global level. The first information available is for birds at community, local and national level. Data is being reviewed to enable information to be provided for other components of the Life on Land Indicator and other Sustainable Life Indicators. Registration is free and allows you to assess your interest.