Firms doing little to stem loss of biodiversity, find analysts
Leading businesses are largely ignoring the importance of biodiversity loss even though its cost is estimated at 7.5% of global GDP.Investment analysts EIRIS found that sectors with high biodiversity impacts in their supply chains, such as building materials, construction, mining and metals, and power generation, are failing to ta
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