How Germany and Costa Rica are putting nature at the heart of their recoveries

Green growth: integrating nature into policy-making could create 395 million new jobs by 2030 Image: Sushobhan Badhai at Unsplash

Natasha Ferrari
Communications Manager (Food and Land Use Coalition), SYSTEMIQ
Klara Nilsson
Communications Associate (Food and Land Use Coalition), SYSTEMIQ
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The potential economic opportunities in nature-based policy-making are huge
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