Biodiversity Finance

Here's a better way to save the world's endangered marine animals

Marine tourism rarely contributes directly towards marine conservation projects. Image: Unsplash/Taylor Simpson

Hollie Booth

Nature Positive Senior Specialist at the Biodiversity Consultancy, and Post-Doc Research Associate, University of Oxford

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Marine tourism activities, such as scuba diving place considerable economic value on these species. Image: Unsplash/Aviv Perets.

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