On Thursday 15 June, the European Parliament's Environment Committee will vote on the Nature Restoration Law proposed by the European Commission. After a rejection by both the Agriculture and Fisheries Committees, this vote is the last resort for the European Parliament to be part of the solution to address the biodiversity crisis.
As part of an NGOs-led campaign, the European Anglers Alliance supports the adoption of this proposal to meet the EU ambitions to restore nature.
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the key messages sent to MEPs on the need to adopt the nature restoration law quickly.
In the last stretch before the vote, myths and lies are being disseminated by those opposing the adoption of this key legislation. Debunking myths is an obligation to re-establish the truth on this reasonable and constructive piece of legislation.
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Our priorities remain the same for healthy aquatic ecosystems: restoring at least 25,000 kms of free-flowing rivers in Europe and rejecting the “No-go zones” and passive-only restoration initiatives to allow anglers to contribute to nature restoration!