Nestlé, Unilever and other groups call for approval of EU’s nature restoration rules

The European Commission insists healthy carbon sinks such as wetlands are necessary to stock carbon and help the EU become carbon neutral by 20250 (Photo: Leungchopan/Envato)

The proposed Nature Restoration Law is facing stiff opposition from centre-right MEPs, who are aiming to block the bill in the European parliament’s environment committee this week.

A swathe of businesses, including household names such as Nestlé, Unilever and Ikea, have expressed strong support for the European Commission’s ...

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