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Environmental Work (model laws definition) definition

What does Environmental Work (model laws definition) mean?

[means work that will improve the local or national environment or ecology, is aligned with the agreement'>Paris Agreement Goals and the UN Sustainable Development Goals and that does not contravene the UN guiding principles on business and human rights. This work includes, but is not limited to, tree planting projects, clearing and rewilding derelict land, habitat creation, or projects to install energy efficiency measures. OR means work that: (a) contributes to preserving or restoring the environment by limiting Greenhouse Gas Emissions; improving energy efficiency, minimising the use of raw materials, waste and pollution, protecting and restoring ecosystems and supporting adaptation to the effects of climate change, or (b) produces goods or provides services that benefit the environment.]

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