Biodiversity recovery: Boris Johnson pledges to protect 30 per cent of UK land by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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Prime Minister sets out fresh nature recovery targets for UK as he joins leaders of Germany, France, Bangladesh, and Mexico in backing Leaders Pledge for Nature, a 10-point plan geared at reversing global nature loss

In plans set to be announced later today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will pledge to protect 30 per cent of the UK's land by 2030 in a bid to put "nature and biodiversity on a road to recovery". The...

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