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In conservative Bavaria, citizens force bold action on protecting nature
by Christian Schwagerl
Yale Environment 360 Translate This Article
25 April 2019
On 25 April 2019 Yale Environment 360 reported:
Alarmed at steep declines in insects and wildlife, Bavarian voters backed a referendum aimed at changing destructive farming practices and repairing damaged ecosystems. Now, Bavaria's initiatives are inspiring other German states to move to stem the loss of biodiversity.
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. . . On May 8, the state parliament in Munich is slated to pass what Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU leader Markus Soder calls 'the most sweeping nature protection law in the whole of Europe.'
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