'No nature, no us': Environment Agency boss raises alarm over biodiversity crisis

Cecilia Keating
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'No nature, no us': Environment Agency boss raises alarm over biodiversity crisis

Sir James Bevan expected to warn later today that England faces a ‘silent spring’ without action on nature loss

The boss of the Environment Agency, Sir James Bevan, is to deliver a speech later today warning how the biodiversity crisis poses an existential threat to the human race if left unaddressed. Launching...

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