Building biodiversity: the natural resource management approach

To the world’s efforts to restore and regenerate nature, they add the single-biggest missing piece: Natural Resource Management. The picture that emerges is a one-off opportunity: for biodiversity-rich nations to be recognized for the value of their natural wealth and be rewarded for maintaining ecosystem services, and for countries with high-resource footprints to invest in global natural resource management as an efficient strategy to reduce their indirect pressure on biodiversity and ensure an environmentally sustainable future. The report features four principles to turn biodiversity loss into biodiversity value through Natural Resource Management: Know your true impact - Value-chain transparency; Plan together - Integrated landscape planning; Grow with nature - Nature-based and circular solutions; and Value nature - Recognize nature’s benefits.

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