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Professor Partha Dasgupta on his trip to Kew Gardens | Credit: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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Professor Partha Dasgupta on his trip to Kew Gardens | Credit: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Economist sits down with BusinessGreen to discuss the response to his landmark review into the economics of biodiversity

Eminent development economist Partha Dasgupta has slammed the government's decision to slash its overseas family planning aid budget just months after his landmark review into the economics of biodiversity...

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