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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.
‘Nature positive’ must mean more than just slowing down nature’s extermination
With more and more businesses promising to become ‘nature positive’, new standards for planning, design and construction are urgently needed
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.
Re-imagining healthy cities for people and nature
With the majority of humanity now living in cities, it's vital to make sure urban areas are safe, sustainable and healthy.
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