Ben Derbyshire on the launch of a website offering practical advice to built environment professionals who want to protect biodiversity
According to the Worldwide Fund for Nature’s Living Planet report the world has lost 68% of monitored populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish in the last 50 years. The most important cause of reductions in biodiversity is change of land use while climate change is predicted to become equally, if not more important as a driver.
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