The Wildlife Trusts respond to the closing of COP26.
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The Wildlife Trusts welcome the passing of the Environment Act, which will help the UK Government make significant progress in tackling the climate and nature crises.
Plants and animals across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire are already being seriously impacted by our changing climate, BBOWT research has warned.
A new report by The Wildlife Trusts ahead of COP26 warns that in order to tackle climate change humanity needs to restore nature - but tackling climate change will also help us restore nature.
BBOWT is urging the Government to speed up its promised transition from badger culling to vaccination, and not slaughter animals that the Trust has already vaccinated.
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BBOWT has helped raise more than £25 million to restore UK nature as part of The Wildlife Trusts’ national 30 x 30 campaign.
Badger culling is to be extended in seven new areas of England this year, including Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
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