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Environment Agency chief warns of irreversible biodiversity damage that could eventually kill off humans

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EA chief executive Sir James Bevan will highlight link between a thriving natural environment and clean water, good-quality soil and carbon storage. He will say in a speech to the Green Alliance think tank in London on Tuesday: "The biodiversity crisis is a crisis because it won't just kill the plants and animals, it will kill us too"
5 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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Humanity closer than ever to catastrophic biodiversity loss, expert warns

Sir James Bevan will urge the public to help protect and restore the natural world at a speech to an environmental think tank on Tuesday.

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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No nature, no us, says top environment boss in warning to protect biodiversity

THE loss of England's natural ecosystems will end up costing human lives, the Environment Agency chief executive warns. Sir James Bevan says: "The biodiversity crisis is a crisis because it won't just kill the plants and animals, it will kill us too."

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Environment Agency chief warns of irreversible biodiversity damage that could eventually kill off humans

A new Environment Agency study released today shows 41% of England's native flora and fauna species have considerably decreased since 1970, with 15% at serious risk of extinction.

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Biodiversity crisis ‘could threaten human existence’

Humanity is closer than ever to irreversible climate breakdown 60 years on from the birth of the modern green movement, the head of the Environment Agency will

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Environment Agency boss - Humans 'closer than ever to silent spring'

Chief executive Sir James Bevan will say the biodiversity crisis poses an existential threat to human survival

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No nature, no us, says top environment boss in warning to protect biodiversity | Nature | News #MotherNature #Ecosystem #Eco #Nature

THE loss of England's natural ecosystems will end up costing human lives, the Environment Agency chief executive warns. Sir James Bevan says: 'The biodiversity crisis is a crisis because it won't just kill the plants and animals, it will kill us too.'

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