Nature Recovery Green Paper must focus on the real issues
In March, Defra launched the consultation on its Nature Recovery Green Paper, which set out pro-posals to deliver the 30/30 targets (30% of land and sea to be protected by 2030), protect species and deliver nature recovery.IEMA hosted two member workshops to discuss the key points and create a response. The broad conclusion was that the Green Paper is a missed opportunity. It focuses largely on reorganising the designat
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