ENDS Report Land, Ecology & Development, 18 September 2014

In this week's bulletin, a fracking bid in the South Downs National Park is rejected, DEFRA opens a debate on water company discharges, the ozone layer is expected to recover by 2050, and the government gets a red card for biodiversity, flooding and air pollution.

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