'Fearful for the future': Environmental charities urge government to beef-up £750m aid package

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Green groups warn Covid-19 revenue losses could hamper environmental protection efforts
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Green groups warn Covid-19 revenue losses could hamper environmental protection efforts

The Wildlife Trusts and Green Alliance among groups warning aid package not enough to protect the struggling sector amid urgent climate and environmental crises

UK environmental groups have warned the £750m aid package for charities unveiled by the Treasury on Wednesday is a far cry from what is needed in the wake of the current coronavirus crisis, and therefore...

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