Natural Capital Committee: Brexit must not delay Defra's 25 year environment plan

Michael Holder
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Natural Capital Committee: Brexit must not delay Defra's 25 year environment plan

Government advisory body says 25 Year Environment Plan should be legally binding and consistent with Climate Change Committee recommendations

Defra must rapidly progress work to draft a legally-binding 25 Year Environment Plan if there are to be demonstrable improvements in England's natural capital before 2020, an independent government advisory...

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