British policies on marine eutrophication are woefully inadequate and many habitats and species are under threat, environmental group WWF has claimed in a report published today. Unless urgent measures are introduced to reduce nutrient inputs the country will fail to meet a series of EU and Ospar targets, it warns. The problem facing the UK is not a lack of commitment in principle, says WWF, but a failure to take legal commitments seriously in practice.
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