Government vows to boost citizens' access to nature

Cecilia Keating
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The Gower peninsula was the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty | Credit: iStock
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The Gower peninsula was the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty | Credit: iStock

Defra announces plan to invest £15m in protected landscapes

The UK government has made a string of policy announcements designed to boost public access to nature, as it pledged to champion the environment at the COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai that kicks off tomorrow....

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