About $143 billion will be invested in the protection of biodiversity in 2020. However, three times as much is required to halt the destruction of ecosystems, and preserve the benefits and services they provide. How to increase funding and use it more effectively? What is the responsibility of donors? Or the private sector? AFD’s specialist in development economics, Julien Calas, has answers.
NB: The statistics cited in this video are drawn from Global Canopy's “Little Book of Investing in Nature” (January 2021), supported by AFD among others.
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