What does Gove’s ‘Brexit raid’ on Natural England and the Environment Agency mean for nature?

'The message coming out from management is that we are working on protected sites, but the reality is that it is not the case’… Rachel Salvidge asks officers on the ground what the government’s move to shift large numbers of staff from England’s environmental regulators to DEFRA to work on Brexit means for nature

by Rachel Salvidge
Companies wanting to profit from environmental protection could benefit from biodiversity offsetting (photo: Natural England)
Companies wanting to profit from environmental protection could benefit from biodiversity offsetting (photo: Natural England)

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