A plenary session of the European Parliament will debate the EU’s ambitions for the 2030 biodiversity framework and vote on proposals including making 30% of EU territory ‘natural areas’ and restoring 30% of degraded land.
The targets are expected to meet the most resistance among the measures in the resolution, which was first revealed last month. Although the parliament’s environment committee voted by a landslide to support the resolution, an EU source warned that some political groups are seeking to remove the ambition.
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