EU proposes Nature Restoration Law
The European Commission has proposed a new Nature Restoration Law with legally-binding targets to restore damaged ecosystems across every member state.It is the first-ever legislation that explicitly targets the restoration of Europe's nature, and aims to repair 80% of habitats that are in poor condition, including forests, agricultural land, oceans
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