Future of the Environment

How investing in nature can help tackle the biodiversity and climate crises

Nature loss and climate change are linked – and there are great benefits for people and planet if they are tackled together. Image: REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

Marie Quinney

Specialist, Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum

Kimberly Nicole Pope

Project and Community Lead, Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum Geneva

Amy Kirby

Communication Specialist, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, World Economic Forum Geneva

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