Done right, new natural capital markets offer big opportunities for businesses and farmers

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by James Elliott, senior policy adviser, Green Alliance

There are big changes afoot for agriculture and land use in the UK. Imperatives to halt climate breakdown and the decline of nature have led to a growing number of government targets requiring more action...

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