Nature is a business asset which is rapidly depreciating

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Voluntary and compliance nature markets can drive private investment into the restoration of the UK's ecosystems, writes Green Alliance's Heather Plumpton

Any business that treated its most valuable asset as badly as we treat our natural environment would quickly go bust. So why do we think we can get away with destroying nature? The value of nature is...

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