Global Leaders and Scientists on the Economic Cost of Biodiversity Loss

Global Leaders and Scientists on the Economic Cost of Biodiversity Loss

By Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer A report in the Dasgupta Review shows that by using a fiscal lens to view Earth’s growing biodiversity loss, we can see how it links to economic development. By viewing nature as an asset like “produced capital (roads, buildings and factories)” or “human capital (health, knowledge and skills)” — […]

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The U.S. Is Losing Its Wild Places Fast

The U.S. Is Losing Its Wild Places Fast

A recent report published by the Center for American Progress and the Conservation Science Project reveals the massive degree to which the United States has slowly but surely losing its natural landscapes — forests, grasslands, deserts — to roads, houses, pipelines, and other development. 

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