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Who should value nature?

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Lunch provided

As the ecological crisis deepens has the time come to put an economic value on ecosystems or will this weaken conservation by commodifying nature? With a specific focus on developing countries this seminar will look at an under-researched question which is: who should value nature in the first place?

Dario launched in 2013 as a space to share ideas on the policies that should be adopted to address the global environmental crisis. He has extensive experience of working on the environment and international development, including lobbying at UN climate change conferences and Rio+20.

This talk is part of the Global Sustainability Institute Seminars & Events series.

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