Future of the Environment

Here's how we can balance conservation and development

By 2050, the world will need around 50% more food and energy, and 21% more water Image: Ed Wray

Heather Tallis

Global Managing Director and Lead Scientist for Strategy Innovation, The Nature Conservancy

Stephen Polasky

Regents Professor and Fesler-Lampert Professor of Ecological/Environmental Economics, University of Minnesota

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