Study: Financial institutions should respond to increasing threat from biodiversity loss

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New report warns biodiversity degradation is set to have significant economic and financial implications

Biodiversity degradation could pose a serious threat to financial stability, as businesses and their supply chains become ever more exposed to the fluctuating raw material costs and escalating operational...

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