Changes in species abundance can throw food chains out of whack and put livelihoods at risk.
Leading thinkers in environmental economics and conservation are asking a pressing question. Why are we ignoring the destruction of the living world?
A growing body of evidence shows wetlands and reefs reduce flooding and erosion in adjacent communities better than hard infrastructure does.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s finest natural wonders. It’s also extraordinarily cheap to visit – perhaps too cheap.
Now we have the science to value the economic and social benefits of natural infrastructure like wetlands and reefs.