South Downs National Park to open up land for firms to invest in biodiversity credits

Michael Holder
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Credit: Sam Moore

National Park becomes first in the UK to launch formal green finance scheme to drive investment into Biodiversity Net Gain credits

South Downs National Park is set to enable firms to invest in nature recovery projects across hundreds of hectares of its land through a new green financing initiative that aims to generate credits under...

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