“The Economic Case for Nature” is part of a series of papers by the World Bank that lays out the economic rationale for investing in nature and recognizes how economies rely on nature for services that are largely underpriced. This report presents a first-of-its-kind global...

In December 2020, 50 of the world’s leading biodiversity and climate experts, selected by a 12-person Scientific Steering Committee assembled by IPBES and IPCC, participated in a four-day virtual workshop to examine the synergies and trade-offs between biodiversity protection and climate change mitigation and adaptation....

Businesses with agricultural supply chains depend on and impact biodiversity, both directly through their activities and indirectly through their supply chains, and there is growing momentum to better assess and manage these relationships with nature. However, the business community facies challenges in measuring their biodiversity...