The growth of sustainable economies is inextricably linked to the vitality of the natural world. Deadly heatwaves, increased bushfires and rising sea levels — the catastrophic impact of climate change on the global economy is showing us how.

From rich biodiversities needed to support food cultivation to clean air and water, nature's bounty is boundless. It ensures the survival and stability of societies, securing the future for a growing global economy. To ensure long-term viability, businesses will need to maintain a balance between profit and purpose.

This means creating policies and catalysing innovation to ensure that natural resources can deliver their full economic potential while maintaining healthy and sustainable ecosystems. A regenerative economic system where both people and planet can co-exist — and thrive. 

Read our report to find out how governments can incorporate ecological services into economic decision-making to ensure long-term sustainability for both businesses and the planet. 


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