'Looking to the future there is a lot to do': Tony Juniper reappointed Natural England chair

Cecilia Keating
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Tony Juniper has chaired Natural England since 2019 | Credit: Defra
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Tony Juniper has chaired Natural England since 2019 | Credit: Defra

Veteran environmentalist's second term at the helm of conservation watchdog is set to run until Spring 2025

Tony Juniper is set to remain at the helm of Natural England for another three years, with the veteran campaigner and environmentalist having been reappointed as the organisation's chair, it was announced...

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