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Nature loss is approaching a tipping point ­– it’s time for financial authorities to act

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By Katie Kedward

The global pandemic has revealed the human and economic consequences of our cavalier relationship with nature. As well as COVID-19, which has been linked to habitat destruction and wildlife trafficking, the year 2020 has also seen record levels of Amazon deforestation and accelerating species




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