UK set to miss biodiversity goals

The UK is failing on 14 out of 19 United Nations biodiversity targets, including halting species decline and improving the condition of protected sites, according to a progress report published this week by the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC).

by Conor McGlone
The JNCC noted that the prevalence of invasive species such as Asian hornet continues to increase across the UK (photograph: Manuel Novo/123RF)
The JNCC noted that the prevalence of invasive species such as Asian hornet continues to increase across the UK (photograph: Manuel Novo/123RF)

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