'Devastating threats': UK freshwater fish collapse 'symptomatic of global trends'

A collapse in certain freshwater fish populations in the UK as a result of agricultural pollution, physical modifications to water bodies and sewage is symptomatic of wider trends that require a global "emergency recovery plan for freshwater biodiversity" to help turnaround, a WWF report has said.

by Michael Donnelly

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