The UK government on Wednesday announced the approval of a new law that will “protect and improve the environment for future generations.”
In a press release, the British government indicated that the law would help “cleaner the air in the country, restore natural habitats, increase biodiversity, reduce waste and make better use of resources.”
The new law, in turn, will “prevent species decline by 2030, require new development to enhance or create habitat for nature, and address deforestation overseas.”
“It will help us move to a more circular economy, encourage people to recycle more, encourage companies to create sustainable packaging, facilitate household recycling and export polluting plastic waste to developing countries.” Will stop,” the government explained.
The British administration assured that the changes would be “inspired by new legally binding environmental objectives and implemented by a new independent Office of Environmental Protection (OEP)” whose mission would be to “hold government and public bodies accountable for their environmental obligations”. Huh.”
Environment Minister George Eustice said that “the law presents the most ambitious environmental program of any country in the world.”
“This will prevent species decline by 2030, clean our air and protect the health of our rivers, improve the way waste is treated, and address deforestation overseas,” Eustis said. “We are setting an example for the rest of the world to follow,” he concluded.
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