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AIIB: viewing nature as integral to infrastructure could save biodiversity

Urban construction in Hong Kong. With Asia expanding rapidly, it is essential that ‘grey’ infrastructure should be designed better to take account of nature says the report (Photo: Isaac Lawrence/AFP via Getty Images)

Only by treating nature as an essential part of infrastructure will there be sufficient investment to preserve the world’s ecosystems, says an Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank report

Nature is an inseparable part of our infrastructure and the degradation of nature and biodiversity over the past decades poses an ...

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