OEP publishes first monitoring report on 25 Year Environment Plan
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has today published its first monitoring report on the UK government’s 25 Year Environment Plan, warning that progress so far has been “slow”.The OEP – a new independent watchdog launched following Brexit – said that environmental laws, strategy and policy have not yet been successful in significantly slowing down, halting or reversing biod
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