What are your environmental hopes for 2010?

What are your environmental hopes for 2010?
It's a new year and, as ever, the environment will be high on the political agenda.
With a general election and COP16 on the agenda, what will be the big green story in 2010?

Nuclear will be on all the front pages in 2010.
Fallout from COP15 will continue to eclipse other issues
Conservation will be the big theme during the UN's year of biodiversity
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