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COP26: week one roundup

While we’ll wait with baited breath for more detail on the Education Secretary’s plans, it’s critical that our government and those of other nations recognise that broader issues of biodiversity go hand-in-hand with those of climate change. One cannot be solved without the other, and we need to see this addressed at all levels, from tomorrow’s education strategy through to considering how we save ecosystems in the name of halting greenhouse gas emissions.

There’s still a week of COP26 discussion remaining, so let’s see yet if the world’s political and business leaders can demonstrate they’re serious about making change. Whether it’s phasing out the use of coal, finding sustainable opportunities for economic development, or halting the pumping of waste into our ecosystems, what we expect to see looking North from Chester to Glasgow is not just promises, but immediately actioned, enforceable, tangible plans.

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