World Economic Forum: The Business Case For Safeguarding Nature

Ecosystems provide an irreplaceable foundation for economic growth, human health and prosperity, yet they are decaying at a record speed. What is the role of business in reversing nature loss and restoring the planet’s vital natural systems? On the Forum Agenda: How to build sustainable value chains, how to scale high-impact innovations, when to implement nature-based solutions. This session contributes to the work of the Forum’s Nature Action Agenda, Natural Climate Solutions Alliance and the Friends of Ocean Action projects….

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