Dasgupta Review: Governments must embed nature into economic decision-making or risk disaster

Michael Holder
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Landmark Review on the Economics of Biodiversity commissioned by the Treasury argues for major overhaul in how economic success is measured in order to turn the tide of nature destruction

A transformative rethink in how society measures economic success is urgently required if the world is to reverse devastating declines in biodiversity and avoid the escalating risk of human livelihoods...

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