Amazon to funnel €20m into nature-based climate projects across Europe

Cecilia Keating
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A canopy of trees in front of the Milan skyline | Credit: iStock
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A canopy of trees in front of the Milan skyline | Credit: iStock

Urban forestry project in Italy is first to benefit from tech giant's nature-based solutions, biodiversity and community wellbeing funding programme

Amazon has announced plans to funnel €20m towards nature-based projects to support tree planting, biodiversity restoration and urban green projects across Europe, starting with a major urban reforestation...

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