'Get Nature Positive': 95 businesses join forces in pledge to end nature loss

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95 businesses aim to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030
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95 businesses aim to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030

Raft of top brands sign up to the Get Nature Positive Campaign and pledge to reverse nature decline by 2030

Nearly 100 leading UK companies have now pledged to halt and reverse nature decline by 2030, after signing up to the Council for Sustainable Business's (CSB) Get Nature Positive. Burberry, GSK, ITV,...

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