Biodiversity review calls for new metrics for economic success
The world must adopt new metrics for economic success that account for the benefits of investing in nature, an independent review on global biodiversity has concluded today.The Dasgupta Review – commissioned by the UK government – argues that nature is currently a “blind spot” in economics, and that humanity has collectively “mismanaged its global portfolio of assets”.
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The world’s 60 largest banks have approximately $1.35trn (£1.2trn) exposed to fossil fuel assets, which will depreciate over time and could trigger the next global financial crash.