Millions prepared to move from towns that don't go green
Millions of UK adults would be willing to move away from their home town or city if it doesn’t become greener, a major nationwide survey has found.The YouGov poll of 20,000 adults found that only 25% feel proud of the work that local communities and businesses are doing to invest in green initiatives. As a result, 16% said that they would be wil
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Isabella Tree talks to Chris Seekings about the amazing success of the Knepp Wildland project, and the vast array of ecosystem services that rewilding can provide for the UK and beyond
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