GFI launches Nature Group to encourage investment in recovery solutions

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GFI warns private sector investment is urgently needed if the UK is to meet its nature recovery goals

The Green Finance Institute's Nature Programme (GFI Hive) has announced the launch of a new group that aims to convene members from the financial sector to catalyse increased investment in nature recovery....

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