GGKP Webinar – Sustainability after COVID-19: Valuing nature in the post-pandemic world
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What does nature have to do with COVID-19?
How can governments and businesses better value natural and social capital for informed decision making?
How can investment in biodiversity and natural capital support long-term economic recovery from the COVID-19 fallout?
This webinar is organized in the context of the Economics for Nature (E4N) programme, which is focused on ensuring that nature has a voice in economic and planning processes. E4N is funded by the MAVA Foundation and is driven by the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), Green Growth Knowledge Partnership (GGKP), Capitals Coalition, and WWF France.
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