Revere: New restoration financing initiative for National Parks attracts corporate backing

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The conversion of arable land into forests at South Downs National Park is one of the pilot projects being funded by Revere | Credit:Palladium
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The conversion of arable land into forests at South Downs National Park is one of the pilot projects being funded by Revere | Credit:Palladium

Santander and Capita are among companies to pledge to new green funding platform which aims to raise £240m over the next decade

Major companies including Santander UK, Gatwick Airport, and Capita have pledged funds to support nature restoration projects across the UK's National Parks, as part of a new financing initiative designed...

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