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Businesses urged to back EU law to restore nature

A project to transplant reeds in the Venetian lagoon to restore its environment. The Nature Restoration Law is currently going through the European parliament (Photo: Celine Cornu/AFP via Getty Images)
A project to transplant reeds in the Venetian lagoon to restore its environment. The Nature Restoration Law is currently going through the European parliament (Photo: Celine Cornu/AFP via Getty Images)

MEP and environmental committee chair says nature restoration should be given the same priority as climate change to protect environmental resilience after tension intensifies over new rules.

Progressive businesses that support the proposed EU Nature Restoration Law must be more vocal about why it makes economic sense, French member of the European parliament and environment committee chair Pascal Canfin has insisted, after the draft legislation was voted down this week by the parliament’s agricultural and fisheries committees. 

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