'No appreciable progress': Government off track to protect 30 per cent of land and sea by 2030

James Murray
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Peatland is a critical cabon store | Credit: Mark Hamblin, Wildlife Trusts
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Peatland is a critical cabon store | Credit: Mark Hamblin, Wildlife Trusts

A new report from environmental NGOs concludes the government is failing to deliver on the 30x30 goal that it continues to champion on the global stage

The government is not on course to deliver on its target to protect 30 per cent of the land and sea for nature by 2030, and is in danger of backsliding on the progress it has made. That is the stark...

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