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Including the closely related terms ecological, and encourage biodiversity.

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Gedling Borough Council

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… a minimum of 500 trees annually.  To encourage biodiversity, we are developing new pollination zones through the creation of more areas of meadow and grassland and reducing the application of herbicides and banning the use of Glyphosate on Council-managed parks and open spaces.  We have created an ambitious Green Space Strategy that aims to protect and improve the borough’s green spaces, setting…

… the effects of a changing climate by helping to prevent flooding, reduce urban temperatures and pollution, provide shade and improve biodiversity by helping to keep soil nutrient rich. Thus, they play a notable role in mitigating against the worst effects of climate change and consequently help to improve the resilience of the Borough to climate related threats. To help facilitate carbon sequestration…

… that provide us with fresh water and leaves us short of materials critical to our health and quality of life. Humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services is outpacing supply. This year, in 2021, it has been calculated that July 29th is the date at which human consumption has eroded all the resources the planet can produce in 12 months. However, by reducing waste and non-essential consumption…


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