UK landowners join pact to boost nature-based climate efforts

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Parkland at Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire | Credit: National Trust
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Parkland at Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire | Credit: National Trust

A group of landowners managing a third of UK land have committed to using their land effectively to accelerate the country’s climate goals

Landowners collectively responsible for around a third of England's territory have today pledged to use restore habitats on their lands and ensure natural resources such as peat bogs, woodlands and rivers...

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