Household banks invest billions in firms involved in deforestation, report claims.

Household banks and asset managers have invested tens of billions of pounds financing businesses involved with deforestation, according to a new report.

The research, undertaken by Global Witness and shared exclusively with Sky News, reveals the scale of investments being made in controversial and destructive agribusiness.

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