River Thames ‘among the worst in the world’ for human impact on biodiversity

The wildlife of the river Thames has changed enormously at the hands of humans, according to a new study, which found that the few rivers with minor human impacts are not sufficient to preserve the world’s aquatic biodiversity.

by Rachel Salvidge

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