Biodiversity

It’s time for business to step up to protect biodiversity

With only an abysmal 50% of biodiversity remaining, the UK today ranks in the bottom ten of all countries globally.

Jason Knights

Managing Director, Ground Control

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Biodiversity loss doesn’t just pose a risk for the world’s forests, grasslands, lakes and rivers but also the integrity of global food supply chains and the natural resources underpinning the global economy.

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