This inquiry examines how the UK can best protect and enhance biodiversity.
reviewing the UK Government’s performance on achieving international and domestic biodiversity targets in preparation for the fifteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP15) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
examining the state of biodiversity in the UK and the effect UK activities have on biodiversity abroad
evaluating domestic policies aimed and conserving and enhancing biodiversity including the Environmental Land Management Scheme, Nature Recovery Networks and Biodiversity Net Gain
considering how policy be best integrated to address biodiversity, climate change and sustainable development, in particular examining nature-based solutions to climate change
exploring the economics of biodiversity
considering what outcomes and protections the UK Government should be advocating for at COP15