Boris Johnson pledges to protect 30% of UK land as world leaders sign commitment to ...
Monday, 28 September 2020 ()
Boris Johnson will pledge to protect 30 per cent of the UK’s land by 2030, which will see an additional 400,000 hectares of land in England protected to support the recovery of nature. The prime minister will make the pledge during a virtual United Nations event on Monday, where he is set to warn that countries must act to reverse the loss of biodiversity. He will...
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