William Nichols

Buoyed by their apparent progress on framing financial disclosure measures to combat climate change, the world’s central banks and financial regulators have embarked on an equally ambitious initiative to stem biodiversity loss. This marks a profound shift for central banks, placing protection of ‘natural capital’ squarely within their once tightly drawn financial stability mandates. By Victor Smart

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