Evidence of ‘bleak’ state of nature underlines need for legally binding targets, says official

Legally binding nature restoration targets due to be proposed next year by the EU executive are urgently required due to mounting evidence of the “bleak” state of Europe’s ecosystems and gaps in the existing legal framework, an official from DG Environment said on Thursday during EU Green Week.

by Raquel Guerra

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