3 ways to work with nature to boost biodiversity

Supporting nature is a great way to boost biodiversity. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

Johnny Wood

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Abandoned farmland in the Southern Carpathians mountains of Romania is being returned to nature Image: REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin

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