MEPs demand biodiversity targets, reduced pesticide use

Governments should commit to legally binding targets as part of "immediate, substantial and additional" action to reverse biodiversity loss, the European Parliament's environment committee agreed on Tuesday while also slamming insufficient efforts to tackle a sharp decline in bee and other pollinator numbers.

by Robert Hodgson

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