National Trust promises to go net zero by 2030

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The charity announced a series of initiatives to help Britons reconnect with the natural world | Credit: National Trust
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The charity announced a series of initiatives to help Britons reconnect with the natural world | Credit: National Trust

"We need to step forward and leave our own legacy" says director general Hilary McGrady on charity's 125th anniversary

The National Trust pledged today to become net-zero carbon by 2030, announcing a raft of initiatives to meet the goal including planting new woodland one and half times the size of Manchester. The charity...

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