How a 'nature-positive economy' could reverse the catastrophic decline in wildlife

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WWF's landmark Living Planet Index warns that nature 'in freefall' due to the impact of humans, with wildlife populations declining nearly 70 per cent in less than 50 years

A clutch of sobering reports published this week that set out the threat posed to the global economy by nature and biodiversity loss have further bolstered the case for nation states and businesses to...

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