Climate Breakthroughs 2021

‘Put a price’ on nature to increase biodiversity incentives, experts say

Are we doing enough to protect our species? Image: REUTERS/Todd Korol

Linda J. Bilmes

Daniel Patrick Moynihan Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Public Finance, Harvard Kennedy School

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Globally, researchers estimate that public and private spending that harms natural assets is significantly higher than spending to protect and enhance them. Image: Dasgupta Review, CC BY-ND
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