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Investing in Northern Ireland's natural environment is a key part of the economic recovery from the leading conservation charity, Covid-19.The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) said the outbreak was a warning to the broader economy and society dependent on the natural environment.Has drawn up a five-point plan to achieve that goal and said work can be delivered.The proposals include legislation on climate change and biodiversity loss.
There is also a commitment to be called "Green Recovery" by สมัครสล็อต NI Executive The charity said it has projects with shovels that can help restore nature and create jobs.These include things like climate change mitigation, species restoration, and habitat restoration.We need to seize this opportunity to deliver a greener recovery and build a more resilient economy with healthy communities and a thriving natural world at the heart," said Joanne Sherwood, Chief Executive Officer. Executive of the RSPB NI The decisions we make now will have a significant impact in the years to come, so we need to embrace the idea of a greener recovery and lay the foundation for greater prosperity and prosperity. The well-being of Northern Ireland and our future generations.
The charity wants managers to develop the so-called green rehabilitation fund to enable conservation charities to work on nature projects at the landscape level.It is believed that it could ultimately deliver 2,000 jobs, save £ 1 billion of carbon and provide extensive economic benefits.Studies suggest that millions of people in Great Britain do not have access to nearby parks or green spaces.The Green Space Index by Fields in Trust found that more than 2.5 million people live more than a 10-minute walk from the nearest area.
The charity calculated that the average number of green spaces per person was less than half of the six-yard area on a soccer field.Growing research connects parks and green spaces to well-being.We found 2.6 million non-residents just a 10-minute walk from the green," said Alison McCann, Field in Trust policy manager.In Great Britain there is no legal protection of green spaces," she told BBC News.At the moment, we protect about 6% of parks and green spaces, so we call for the Green Space Index as an early warning system, because we should do more to protect what we get because of the many benefits they provide. Bring to
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