'Green recovery': Wildlife Trusts launches drive to rewild Britain over next decade

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Red squirrels are among the iconic British species which could be wiped out on the archipelago within the next ten years
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Red squirrels are among the iconic British species which could be wiped out on the archipelago within the next ten years

Coalition of conservation charities is aiming to support a wide range of projects from the restoration of peatlands to the reintroduction of species such as beavers

UK conservation coalition the Wildlife Trusts has launched a campaign to drum up public support for work to help nature recover across 30 per cent of the country's land and sea area by 2030. The 30...

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