EU green ministers snub call for action on CAP farm biodiversity

With negotiations on European farm policy reform under way, environment ministers have spurned a chance to make the case for greater efforts on biodiversity.

Trimming hedgerows every three years would double the number of flowers and triple the berries for birds and other animals, according to a DEFRA-funded study (photo: Feathered Friends Photography/Alamy)
Trimming hedgerows every three years would double the number of flowers and triple the berries for birds and other animals, according to a DEFRA-funded study (photo: Feathered Friends Photography/Alamy)

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