The Ongoing Loss of Natural Spaces, Including Forests, Has Become a ‘Systemic Risk’ for Global Economy — HUMAN WRONGS WATCH

Barbara Crane Navarro

Over the past decade, 26 per cent of global tree cover loss was caused by the production of just seven agricultural commodities – cattle, oil palm, soy, cocoa, rubber, coffee and wood fibre – said theState of Financing for Naturereport.

Human Wrongs Watch 27 May 2021 (UNEP)* — The ongoing loss of natural spaces, including forests, has become a systemic risk for the global economy, warns a new report from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and several partners. . REUTERS/Aly Song / 27 May 2021 Over the past decade, 26 per cent of global[…]

The Ongoing Loss of Natural Spaces, Including Forests, Has Become a ‘Systemic Risk’ for Global Economy — HUMAN WRONGS WATCH

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