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£8m for global conservation projects

A total of 32 international conservation projects have won a share of £8.2 million from the Darwin Initiative, a government scheme to protect biodiversity.

The funding comes from the initiative’s 25th round of funding, which focuses on projects about nature and health, as well as food security in rural areas.

The awards, announced on 10 May, come at a time of rapidly growing concern over climate change and the loss of biodiversity at unprecedented rates.

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