EU passed ‘Green Deal’ to revive nature by 2050

EU passed ‘Green Deal’ to revive nature by 2050: To have nature restored by 2050, the European Commission launched a new ‘Green Deal’ as a top priority. It has a target set to cut in half the use and risk of chemical pesticides by 2030, which will recover the health of agricultural land, seas, forests…
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UK is behind its target to create new woodland in England

UK is behind its target to create new woodland in England The government has been informed over its failure to stop the recession of its native woods. Evaluating data announced by the Forestry Commission, the Woodland Trust has stated the UK is slacking behind its target to develop a new woodland in England. The stats…
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‘Methane emissions are increasing at an alarming rate’

‘Methane emissions are increasing at an alarming rate’: Scientists from a major US environmental organisation have warned that methane concentrations in the atmosphere are rising at an alarming rate. Methane emissions are potent greenhouse gases; methane is at least 28 times more effective than carbon dioxide in trapping heat in the atmosphere. According to the…
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Plastic pollution makes climate change worse

Plastic pollution makes climate change worse: It needs to be tackled in unity to save marine life. That’s the belief of a current report from Zoological Society London (ZSL) &  Bangor University, which has found 3 important ways that the both are connected. It says plastic’s contribution to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions all through its…
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More steps can stop biodiversity decline by 2030

More steps can stop biodiversity decline by 2030: More action, investment & adopting of natural solutions can stop the biodiversity decrease by 2030. This is according to 5 UK statutory nature agencies, calling on every part of society for more action & finance in nature. Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, NatureScot, Northern Ireland Environment Agency…
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Real-Life Dumbo could be given to us by climate change

Real-Life Dumbo could be given to us by climate change : Scientists say that the warming of the planet could do just that – Could elephants really look like dumbo? Sara Ryding, one of the authors of a new study said “prominent appendages such as ears are predicted to increase, so we might end up…
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£80m government fund for 1 million trees to be planted

£80m government fund for 1 million trees to be planted: The government will give £80 million in funds to back 2,500 green jobs, plant nearly 1 million trees as well as speed up nature recovery throughout the UK. The Green Recovery Challenge Fund will give money for 90 projects focused on making ‘insect pathways’ into…
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NE to get a newly made forest to support a greener outlook

NE to get a newly made forest to support a greener outlook: A new ‘Community Forest’ is being developed in the North East to promote a ‘greener future’. The Department for Environment, Food & Affairs (Defra), England Community Forests & 6 local authorities have teamed up for the plan, they will witness 500 hectares of…
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World must spend $8.1tn to tackle environmental disaster

World must spend $8.1tn to tackle environmental disaster: In order to favourably stop the interconnected climate change, biodiversity & land degradation emergencies, an investment of $8.1 trillion (£5.7tn) needs to be made by 2050 into nature. As reported by a current UN document, it suggests yearly investments in solutions rooted in nature will need to…
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UK gives £3bn of climate finance to nature & biodiversity

UK gives £3bn of climate finance to nature & biodiversity: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a promise to invest as much as £3 billion of international climate finance on nature and biodiversity covering the next 5 years. Programmes assisted by the funding will contain the flagship Blue Planet Fund for marine conversation, plans to…
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