Nature Restoration Law: Deal on text seen as groundbreaking despite loopholes

Conservationists are putting a positive spin on a political agreement to reverse the inexorable decline of biodiversity in Europe, with a binding target to re-wet drained peatland surviving a significant watering down after a political stand-off that nearly buried the Nature Restoration Law entirely.

by Robert Hodgson

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