Will the Environment Act really 'bend the curve' on nature's decline?

The Environment Act sets a bold target to halt the decline of nature by 2030, but with a reliance on market forces and farming to make it happen, and warning of a skills crisis in the environmental sector, is it enough to turn the tide on ecological collapse? Tess Colley reports

by Tess Colley
A hedgehog next to a mushroom
Hedgehogs are in decline in Britain. Photograph: Mike Powles/Getty Images

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