Our Grow Back Better report advocates a response to the climate, nature and health crises that is as radical and rapid as the response to Covid-19 has been.
It also warns the wrong “green recovery” choices from policy makers, could lock us into damaging directions of travel in food, farming and land-use.
Drawing on our experience in devising and delivering practical solutions with people from all walks of life, we outline how to accelerate the transition to net-zero and regenerate wildlife and soils while enhancing the health and wellbeing of the population.
Looking a decade ahead, we identify the investment priorities and policy levers that will deliver change, and the pitfalls that must be avoided.
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