Friday, July 30, 2010

Cash needed to protect Kent's biodiversity

From Your-Deal - KENT NEWS: Extra investment is needed to halt the decline of biodiversity in Kent.

That’s the claim of Cllr David Brazier, Kent County Council’s deputy cabinet member for the environment.

Speaking at the annual conference of the National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (NAAONB), Cllr Brazier said more was needed to prevent the 13,000 rare or threatened species in Kent being lost forever.

He told guests that over-development, intensive agriculture and inappropriate land management also posed serious risks to the biodiversity of the county. read on here

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