EU makes economic case to halt ‘unprecedented’ rate of biodiversity loss

The early findings of a ‘Stern review’ on the cost of biodiversity loss could help convince governments that the benefits provided by the world’s species and ecosystem services must be included in economic analysis. Meanwhile, parties to the UN’s biodiversity treaty have made progress towards establishing a global network of marine protected areas.

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