Insurers urged to back more British environmental reinstatement projects

Common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis. The bird sits on an old dry branch above the river

As biodiversity loss reaches an all-time high, insurers are being asked to consider reallocating funds to help ‘direct action’ projects in the UK to support the country’s depleted ecology.

Speaking exclusively to Insurance Post, Patrick Bowden-Smith, a farmer and environmentalist, is launching an environmental reinstatement project in Suffolk that aims to help insurers explore different

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