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How will Brexit affect British wildlife?

06.10.2017
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The EU offered protection to everything from the harbour porpoise to hen harriers. Now, the future of UK conservation law is uncertainRead more: Britain's wildlife needs urgent new protections ahead of BrexitAs an EU member state, British wildlife has been protected under two important pieces of European legislation: the habitats directive and the birds directive. These have required the UK government to establish and manage sites for the protection of vulnerable and rare animals, birds, plants, habitats and other species. In the UK, there are 271 special protection areas for birds (SPAs) and 658 special areas of conservation for other species and habitats (SACs). The future of nature conservation law after Brexit, when EU directives will no longer apply to Britain, is unknown. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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