Agreed in Japan in 2010, the 20 Aichi biodiversity goals aimed to halt the destruction of wildlife and ecosystems across the world. A new report by the UN has revealed that, 10 years on, the world has failed to reach any of these 20 targets, with six targets only partially achieved.

Liz Wright criticises the government’s total disregard for local politics as they purchase 27 hectares of agricultural land in Ashford, without engaging with the local community
Molly Scott Cato reviews Riders on the Storm: The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being by Alastair McIntosh
Former primary school teacher Jenny Rhodes proposes an education system with future generations in mind
Caroline Lucas considers the impact of cross-party support on future climate policy
Defra has legally sanctioned a beaver colony to remain on the River Otter in east Devon
Alison Hawdale looks at Manchester’s mixed results in its action over the climate emergency
More than 1,000 tonnes of oil have leaked into the ocean around Mauritius after a Japanese oil tanker ran aground
Carla Denyer calls for Bristol City Council to get on with making progress on its climate emergency plan