Environment Bill: Why setting legally binding nature targets is not going to be easy

Though the Environment Bill has been stalled in the House of Commons since March, and there is no timetable for when the committee stage will begin again, the government has published its first thoughts on one aspect of what it describes as the “most ambitious environmental programme” in the world.

by James Fair
Water voles are among UK species that have experienced sharp declines in number. Photograph: Mark Bridger/Getty Images
Water voles are among UK species that have experienced sharp declines in number. Photograph: Mark Bridger/Getty Images

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