Controversial right wing thinktank backs net gain and £1.2bn ‘restoration economy’

Controversial right wing thinktank, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), has come out in support of DEFRA’s environmental net gain policy and made it central to its vision of a new £1.2bn annual “restoration economy”

Lord North Street, HQ of the IEA
The IEA is based in Lord North Street, London

Controversial right wing thinktank, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), has come out in support of DEFRA’s environmental net gain policy and made it central to its vision of a new £1.2bn annual “restoration economy”.

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