Defra and Green Finance Institute to undertake 'first of its kind' nature-related risk analysis

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Research by the GFI, backed by Defra and the Bank of England, aims to quantify UK financial and economic risks from exposure to nature degradation

The Green Finance Institute (GFI) has teamed up with the government to lead a "first of its kind" analysis of nature-related financial risks facing UK businesses and financial institutions, with the findings...

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