How will the Eden Project's new director of philanthropy release the "untapped potential" he sees for philanthropic funds?

The Eden Project's first director of philanthropy Alessio di Capua has joined at an interesting time for the educational charity best known for creating a rainforest inside a biome on a former china clay pit in Cornwall.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Alessio di Capua (left) and Eden CEO Gordon Seabright. Image Emily Whitfield-Wicks/Eden Project
Alessio di Capua (left) and Eden CEO Gordon Seabright. Image Emily Whitfield-Wicks/Eden Project

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