CEO arrested during XR climate protests: 'Business as usual has got us into this mess'

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Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey (back left) at the XR protests in London on Monday | Credit: Nigel Harvey
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Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey (back left) at the XR protests in London on Monday | Credit: Nigel Harvey

Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey speaks to BusinessGreen after being among 250 arrested for their part in Extinction Rebellion actions in London this week

A chief executive who was arrested during Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests in Parliament Square on Monday has told BusinessGreen that the urgent need to rebuild a greener economy from the coronavirus...

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