England’s infrastructure projects will be ‘nature positive’, ministers vow


Biodiversity pledge is part of formal response to landmark review of economic importance of nature

The UK government has committed to leaving the environment in “a better state than we found it” in response to a landmark review of the economic importance of nature.

Major transport and energy infrastructure projects in England will need to provide a net-gain for biodiversity, and the government said it would ensure all new bilateral aid spending did not harm the natural world as part of an effort to ensure a “nature-positive” future.

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