United call for EU nature law rethink


Fishers and farmers are warning that EU nature restoration proposals will put livelihoods at risk

Members of the European Parliament and farming and fisheries trade bodies have united to reject proposals to restore degraded ecosystems.

In an unprecedented move, the Committees on Agriculture and Fisheries have vetoed the European Commission’s Nature Restoration Law which some fear will have devastating consequences for farming and forestry across the EU, closing countless fishing grounds.

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