Britain’s biodiversity is fragile. Bee populations are declining and plant and animal diseases like bovine TB and Ash dieback threaten the health of our countryside. What are the risks and are we doing enough?
Tom Heap, Investigative reporter, BBC Countryfile
Nick Pidgeon, Professor of Environmental Psychology and Director of the Understanding Risk Research Group, Cardiff University
Dominic Dyer, Policy Advisor, Care for the Wild
Craig Bennett, Director of Policy and Campaigns, Friends of the Earth
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