'Deeply, deeply concerning': Watchdog slams poor progress on England's nature goals

Michael Holder
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Office for Environmental Protection issues damning verdict on the state of the environment in England, as it slams the lack of policy progress and action from government to reverse nature's decline

The state of England's natural world is continuing its decades-long decline, with little notable progress towards reversing nature loss over the past year, leaving the government "largely off track" towards...

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