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Nature funding must triple by 2030 to protect land, wildlife and climate

Investment of about $8 trillion is needed by 2050 to help meet climate goals and stem the loss of plant and animal species, says a new U.N. report Image: Unsplash/David Clode

Michael Taylor

Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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