‘Ecological emergency’: Pioneering strategy aims to improve Bristol's water quality and cut pesticide use

A coalition of public, private and third sector organisations have set a target for all of Bristol’s waterways to have water quality that supports healthy wildlife by 2030 in a new “ecological emergency” strategy which aims to protect natural life in and around the city.

by Conor McGlone

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