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What is the role of government/ business/ environmental charities/ the public/ other partners in Projects for Nature?
What is the role of government/ business/ environmental charities/ the public/ other partners in Projects for Nature?
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Businesses play a key role in limiting their negative impacts on nature and taking additional action to fund its recovery through supporting projects on the platform.

The public and other donors can donate to our selection of nature recovery projects and amplify our platform, and its aims, by sharing it with their networks.

eNGOs (environmental non-governmental organisations) deliver the nature recovery projects which support Environmental Improvement Plan goals and wider benefits for nature.

The government (Defra) and its arm’s length bodies (Environment Agency and Natural England), provide expertise on nature projects and their alignment to relevant Environmental Improvement Plan goals alongside local priorities.

The Council for Sustainable Business, a group of business leaders appointed by government and dedicated to delivering the Environmental Improvement Plan, supports, connects and drives action amongst the business community.

Accenture have collaborated closely with the Council for Sustainable Business and other partners to shape the ‘Projects for Nature’ initiative.

Crowdfunder are hosting and operating the platform and its technology that showcases the nature recovery projects and delivers the funding to the partners responsible for their delivery.

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