Report: Almost $31tr in global GDP at risk of disruption from nature-loss in cities

Michael Holder
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Artificial gardens in Singapore | Credit: iStock
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Artificial gardens in Singapore | Credit: iStock

Action to restore and enhance nature, green space, and biodiversity in urban areas should be a 'foremost priority', World Economic Forum warns

Investing in nature-based infrastructure in cities worldwide could enhance biodiversity, boost climate resilience, curb economic risks, and unlock 59 million new jobs, according to the World Economic Forum...

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