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Pesticide regulations failing to protect river biodiversity MP3

Researchers have found that the biodiversity of aquatic life is up to 42 per cent worse in rivers contaminated with pesticides, compared to less polluted waterways. They say it shows regulation of pesticides is failing, and the way pesticides are registered and managed should be reviewed. Source: abc.net.au

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