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Magic Machines: Why Companies are Backing Europe’s Forests

Posted on Friday, November, 15th, 2019

Our friends over at Natural Capital Partners have done a nice job summarising the webinar they hosted last month on how business around Europe are supporting woodland creation (and why it's a good thing). Forest Carbon's Steve Prior was one of the panelists. If you didn't catch the webinar you can find the summary over on the Natural Capital Partners blog.

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