AXA launches bid to boost French forest climate resilience and biodiversity

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Investment and insurance giant teams up with green groups to study climate and biodiversity impacts on 600 hectares of AXA-owned forest in France

AXA has teamed up with a host of environmental and agricultural groups on a fresh initiative to study the impacts of climate change and biodiversity loss on hundreds hectares of forest that the insurance...

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