Environment minister unveils £30m for nature on Biodiversity Day at COP27
UK environment minister Thérèse Coffey has today pledged £30m for nature projects at COP27 on Biodiversity Day.The finance will go to the Big Nature Impact Fund – a new public-private fund for nature in the UK which will unlock private investment into projects such as new tree planting and restoring peatlands.
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