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In recent seminal studies for France and the Netherlands, biodiversity has been proven a significant source of financial vulnerability, both in terms of potential physical impacts, dependence to ecosystem services and in the face of future tighter protection policies.
Applying similar methodologies for developing and emerging economies requires:
- Collecting specific data and making it accessible
- Incorporating ecosystemic analysis and scenarios into assessment models
- Developing more comprehensive and adapted biodiversity metrics and taxonomy
Widening the scope of ecological risks beyond financial variables to social and economic aspects.

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Policy Brief
issn :
2742-5320
pages :
2
number :
9
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