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Here's why Indigenous economics is the key to saving nature
Mainstream Western economics is destroying the environment - and the Indigenous knowledge that has conserved nature for millenia.
Agriculture: the elephant in the room
Food, flora, and the future of work - arguably there's no more important sector to our shared planetary future than agriculture
Bottlenecks, blind spots, and blended finance
Towards a new financing framework for people and nature
UN adopts landmark natural capital framework for economic reporting
Economics For Nature partners salute the UN’s decision to value nature in economic decisions
Engaging with China's ecological civilisation
China's concept of ecological civilisation combines ambitious green economic policy with centralised control. What does it mean in practice?
Economics versus biodiversity?
The Dasgupta Review is here - and if implemented, it could have a revolutionary impact on our planetary future. But that's a big "if"
We can't fight climate change without valuing nature
A new study finds that climate economics could be grossly underestimating the cost of damages to natural systems.
How debt for climate and nature swaps can support a green recovery
A new financing tool could help emerging economies protect nature, fund climate action and strengthen their economies - all at the same time