'Grow back better': Wildlife and Countryside Link argues nature restoration can generate 25,000 jobs in aftermath of Covid-19

Cecilia Keating
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330 'ready-to-go' nature recovery projects across England could generate some 10,000 jobs 'in the short term', according to Wildlife and Countryside Link

Conservationists have urged the government to make nature restoration a key pillar of its forthcoming economic recovery package, claiming it could create thousands of jobs across the country while tackling...

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