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The Economics of Biodiversity

What the Dasgupta Review means for business and the profession

In 2019, the UK was the first major government to commission a review into the economics of declining biodiversity. We speak to the team behind the review.

Podcast

Implications for the finance sector

Philippa Kelly speaks with Thomas Viegas, economic advisor to the Dasgupta Review, about the implications for the finance sector.

The City of London at dusk
Sir Partha Sarathi Dasgupta
Article

Accounting for nature: time to think about a new type of capital

  • 27 May 2021
Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta talked to ICAEW about his landmark review on the economics of biodiversity, his hopes for the future, and what it means for members.
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A lush valley full of trees with a river running through it
Article

‘We’re all asset managers now’ – why the finance sector must get serious about nature

  • 27 May 2021
The Dasgupta Review on biodiversity is unprecedented in its scope and approach. Philippa Kelly spoke with Thomas Viegas, economic advisor to the Review about the implications for the finance sector.
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