Ecosystems permanently damaged. Irreplaceable wild place destroyed. Wildlife extinction in local areas.

Ecosystems permanently damaged. Irreplaceable wild place destroyed. Wildlife extinction in local areas.

This could be nature’s fate if current plans for HS2 continue. Download @wildlifetrusts new report on the impact of HS2 on Nature.

The Chilterns Conservation Board welcomes The Wildlife Trusts report which catalogues and confirms the heavy environmental costs of HS2 and the impacts on wildlife across the full extent of the proposed route from London to Birmingham then onto Manchester and Leeds. We know the severe impacts on the nationally protected landscape of the Chilterns AONB, which we have summarised here, but this sets it in the context of the route-wide impacts on nature of HS2.

Download the report now

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