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Climate and nature impacts should be considered jointly, says new study

Rewinding on the Belgium-Netherlands border. The signatories of the Finance for Biodiversity Foundation have all pledged to reverse nature loss in their lending and investments activities. (Photo: Ksenia Kuleshova/Bloomberg)

Supporting economic development without considering climate change and biodiversity loss makes financial institutions highly vulnerable to both, says research from the Finance for Biodiversity Foundation

The Finance for Biodiversity Foundation has warned in a new paper that championing economic development ...

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