Environmental charities fear huge nature and climate cost from coronavirus crisis

James S Murray
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Environmental charities fear huge nature and climate cost from coronavirus crisis

Green groups come together to warn that welcome financial support from government is failing to go far enough

A group of leading UK nature, science and conservation organisations have today warned that the coronavirus outbreak has dealt a "significant blow" to their ability to enhance natural environments and...

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