In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), we can’t do this without thinking about how to put natural capital to work for its people.
Over the last century, our species has increasingly dominated the earth, expanding, developing, growing … but also polluting and depleting our non-renewable resources, creating irreversible losses in biodiversity.
Guatemala held an event at Rafael Landívar University to mark the conclusion of their work with WAVES.
Leading thinkers in environmental economics and conservation are asking a pressing question. Why are we ignoring the destruction of the living world?
Office for National Statistics estimates value of Britain's natural capital assets, such as mountains, lakes and fish populations