Over 150 companies, trade groups, and campaigners urge government to align recovery with Sustainable Development Goals

Cecilia Keating
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Fresh alliance of corporate, charities, politicians celebrities has urged the UK government to use the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to guide recovery plans from the pandemic, joining a raft of other players calling for a climate-sensitive recovery to the pandemic.

A coalition of more than 150 corporates, celebrities, charities, universities, and trade associations has today urged the UK government to place the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the heart...

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