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Financialization of nature gaining traction

by Oriana Brine, Oct 21
1 minute read

There is an increase in natural capital and ecosystem services being segmented into measurable and costed units by business and government.

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So what?

The commodification of nature and biodiversity questions puts into question what is fundamental wealth. Is something only of value if it provides a financial return?

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Focus areas: Biodiversity, Finance, Climate change, Science, Agriculture, Supply chains, Energy, Governance & politics

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