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Nearly 66% would sacrifice pay to tackle climate change

Nearly 66% would sacrifice pay to tackle climate change: Almost two-thirds of Brits are willing to give up part of their pay to tackle climate change. Cable giant Nexans has found in recent research, which surveyed 2,210 people from across the country about whether they would or would not be willing to take a financial…
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The Wildlife Trusts £30m appeal for 30% of land and sea

The Wildlife Trusts £30m appeal for 30% of land and sea: A public appeal has been launched by The Wildlife Trusts to raise £30 million for the recovery by 2030 of at least 30% of land and sea. The initiative called ’30 by 30′ aims to enable wildlife to move around by buying land to…
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Destruction of biodiversity is unprecedented

Destruction of biodiversity is unprecedented: The population sizes of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish between 1970 and 2016 has decreased on average by 68%. The Zoological Society of London with the WWF, which manages the Living Planet Index (LPI), shows that this crisis is particularly pronounced in the tropical subregions of the Americas, which…
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UK invests in Colombian tropical rainforests

UK invests in Colombian tropical rainforests: Business Secretary Alok Sharma has launched a funding pledge consisting of a £64 million package to support tropical rainforests in Colombia. Part of a larger £173 million package of grants of UK aid to Colombia and will be used to help tackle deforestation. Alok Sharma, COP26 President said: “We…
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