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Adding biodiversity to sites is already a goal for most utilities, but soon they will be working to a tough new target of 10% biodiversity net gains under the Environment Bill. Katie Dawson, Costain’s lead on Geographical Information Systems for the environment, explains what’s involved.
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The UK has fallen behind on adapting to climate change and the gap between the level of risk faced and mitigation efforts underway has widened alarmingly, according to a damning report by the Climate Change Committee (CCC).
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SES is the first water company to be awarded the Wildlife Trust's Biodiversity Benchmark for a treatment site in Surrey and plans to meet the criteria at a further two locations by 2025 as part of the company's commitment to enhancing biodiversity
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Severn Trent has committed to restore and enhance waterways, peatland and wild flower meadows as well as planting more than a million trees to enhance the biodiversity in the Midlands
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The health of English rivers has come under fierce public scrutiny in recent months for declining biodiversity but in Shropshire 100 water voles have been reintroduced as part of work by Severn Trent and the EA
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SES Water has set out its ambitious plans to be the first water company to gain biodiversity benchmarking from the Wildlife Trust, at three of its sites
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