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England has managed its countryside badly for a century – what has gone wrong and how it can be fixed?

By Philip Donkersley, Senior Research Associate in Entomology, Lancaster University
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A century of managing the English countryside badly has led to collapsing ecosystems, growing threats from flooding, more farms going bust than ever before and a global climate crisis still lacking any coherent and practical…

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