'Stark warning': Why UK nature is in worse state than ever

Cecilia Keating
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Eurasian Curlew spotted in North Wales | Credit: Jake Stephen, Wildlife Trusts
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Eurasian Curlew spotted in North Wales | Credit: Jake Stephen, Wildlife Trusts

Latest edition of flagship State of Nature report highlights the ongoing plight of species across the country

Intensive farming, unsustainable fishing, and escalating climate impacts are devastating the UK's biodiversity, with the latest research revealing that species across the UK have declined by an average...

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