Mapping the Landscape for a Nature Economy
The true value of the benefits that humans gain from nature is usually not reflected in economic transactions. Attaching a monetised value to these benefits is a necessary step towards addressing the massive gap between investment in activities that are harmful to nature and investment in those that protect nature.
Republished with permission from Luc Hoffmann Institute.
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