Conservation Nation: Bright Blue calls for conservation to be made cross-departmental priority

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Conservation Nation: Bright Blue calls for conservation to be made cross-departmental priority

New essay collection from centre-right think tank urges government to beef up conservation policies

Think tank Bright Blue has today published a new essay collection, titled Conservation nation, exploring how the UK can strengthen conservation policy and deliver on the government's wider 'Green Brexit'...

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