Toyota forms a partnership with the legendary Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to transform its U.K. factory and office locations into thriving, sustainable habitats for plants and wildlife. At the Japanese automaker’s Burnaston manufacturing plant in Derbyshire, the aim is to create a green grid, showing how a working industrial site successfully can support biodiversity through environmental land management and secure a green legacy without compromising the cost or efficiency of its core ...

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