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Driving green economic recovery through public policy: The story of India
COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on India. How can the economy get back on track without further harming nature & climate?
To value or not to value, that is the question
What happened to the Rapa Nui of Easter Island, and how can their fate inform our understanding of the value of nature?
Setting a structural agenda for a green economic recovery from COVID-19
A draft working paper published with the Partners for Inclusive Green Economies (PIGE)
Greening the recovery with natural capital accounting
Without good data, governments and public bodies cannot make good decisions - new approaches to ecosystem accounting are needed.
Government Dialogue on Natural Capital Accounting
On July 13th we'll be joining with Capitals Coalition for a webinar on integrating the value of people and society into decision-making
To the G7: Invest in nature for a green economic recovery
A joint statement to the G7 meeting from the Economics For Nature initiative
Nature at the heart of a green COVID-19 recovery: Global and country perspectives
Out of the wreckage of COVID, is a new consensus emerging around a nature-based green recovery?
Transformative change: the best chance for biodiversity?
Our natural world is in trouble, and existing protection approaches aren't working. Something new is needed - a radical break with the past.