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Planning a green urban recovery

Updated: Dec 4, 2020

City councils are on the frontline of both the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis.


33% of the West Midlands residents said that "active" travel was their preferred choice for taking action on climate change. Social distancing is possible through active travel and can also result in a drop in air pollution, which is linked to better public health. These changes deliver the dual purposes of protecting us from the virus and moving us towards a more sustainable ‘normal’.


Abundance Investment’s ethical crowdfunding platform to deliver ‘municipal bonds’ to invest in green infrastructure projects, offers citizens a good return on their savings whilst improving their own towns and cities. Read more ...

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