August 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Biodiversity is critically important to human health and livelihoods yet it is declining faster than at any other time in history. The Dasgupta Review found that there has been a 40% drop in the stocks of natural capital between 1991-2014, seriously harming nature’s ability to regenerate.
We’ve recently produced a 58 page briefing which looks into how business, policy makers and investors are rising to the challenge of valuing natural capital.
Key takeaways of report include:
- Eschewing single use plastics for bio-based packaging: Kickstarting reuse models and sustainable packaging alternatives
- Promoting regenerative agriculture and sustainable forestry offsets through carbon financing and educating girls
- Sustainable Investment Rules: The European Commission’s controversial decision to include biomass for energy in its new rules
- Funding forest conservation through carbon offsets: An analysis on the newly launched LEAF coalition
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