Nature Positive Business Pledge officially launched
A new framework developed by IEMA to help businesses act on biodiversity loss and contribute towards nature restoration has officially launched today.The Nature Positive Business Pledge has also been developed in partnership with the UK Business & Biodiversity Forum, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, WSP, the Aldersgate Group and I
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