Why a global 'conservation basic income' could be a shrewd investment
The cost of a global conservation basic income would be at least US$351 billion each year, and maybe as much as US$6.73 trillion. Image: Unsplash/Piotr Usewicz
Emiel de LangeVisiting researcher, The University of Edinburgh
Jocelyne SzePhD Candidate in Conservation and Biodiversity, University of Sheffield
Robert FletcherAssociate Professor, Sociology of Development and Change, Wageningen University
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