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Eastleigh Borough Council

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… now to address climate breakdown and to halt damage to biodiversity, we can contribute significantly to reducing the impact of these issues locally and on a wider global level. We care deeply about our environment and our wildlife and since the cross party motion at full council in July we have been working closely to develop this strategy and action plan. We must take every action possible…

…. An October 2019 State of Nature Report starkly set out the need for urgency to deal with environmental decline in the UK. It includes the following figures: • 15% of species are under threat of extinction and 2% of species are already gone for good • The average abundance of wildlife has fallen by 13%, with the steepest losses in the last ten years • The populations of 41% of UK species studied have…

… fallen and 133 species have already been lost from our shores • Butterflies and moths are down 17% and 25% respectively. Numbers of high brown fritillary and grayling butterflies have fallen by more than three quarters • The average amount of mammals has fallen by 26%. The wild cat and greater mouse-eared bat are almost extinct 6 | Climate and Environment Emergency Strategyy | Greener…

… Strategy | Greener Borough Mitigation Hierarchy Adaptation Reponses need to take a Natural solutions first approach In order to respond to the Environmental Emergency, in particular species decline and local pollution, nature must be a key part of climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. The Council needs to take a stronger approach to communications A key theme throughout the consultation…


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