Our Future and the Falkland Islands’ Natural Environment:

 Consultation seeking public opinion to inform the creation

of an Environment Strategy for the Falkland Islands


Falkland Islands Government releases Environment Strategy stakeholder engagement report

The FIG Environment Department released a report on 13 July 2021 detailing the results of the consultation and engagement work that took place earlier this year, in support of the new Environment Strategy for the Falkland Islands. As part of the development process, we ran a public consultation in March 2021 that asked for people’s views on issues and opportunities for the natural environment in the Falkland Islands. Alongside this we also ran a series of public and stakeholder workshops, including at Goose Green, Fox Bay and Stanley.

The findings of the consultation and workshops are presented in the report, summarising the findings from the public survey as well as the many comments and discussion points raised during the 15 workshops. These will be used to inform the development of the Environment Strategy, and we will engage further with the public as we move towards finalising the strategy. 

We would like to thank everyone who provided us with feedback over the past few months.

Copies of the stakeholder engagement report may be found at

For more information, please contact: 

Environment Department, The Secretariat, Stanley.

Phone: +500 28449

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