European Habitats Forum (EHF) responds to the new EU Biodiversity Strategy
Recently, the European Commission has adopted a new strategy with six main targets to halt the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the EU by 2020.
In a joint position paper the EHF explains that increased political effort is required at EU and Member State level to meet the new EU biodiversity target. The strategy lacks real power to stop biodiversity loss, it is not ambitious enough and financing is uncertain. Please read the entire position paper to find out more...
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