The European Union aims to adopt a new regulation by the end of the year to restore natural ecosystems but several issues, including forestry, still create controversy among EU legislators. “My aim above all is to find consensus,” said César Luena, a Spanish socialist lawmaker who is the European Parliament’s rapporteur on the EU’s new nature restoration law tabled in June last year. “We need to focus on the restoration of nature,” he said at a meeting of the Parliament’s environment committee on Thursday (12 January). “This needs to come from this committee and ...
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