The World Economic Forum (WEF) says that investing in “nature-positive” solutions to current job losses and economic uncertainty could create 395 million jobs by 2030.
The NGO has provided a blueprint for businesses to take advantage of €8.86 trillion in opportunities which will add value to nature rather than exploiting it. Without these changes, it warns there are “no jobs or prosperity on a dead planet” as over half of global GDP is threatened by the continuing loss of biodiversity.
“We can address the looming biodiversity crisis and reset the economy in a way that creates and protects millions of jobs,” says Head of the Nature Action Agenda at the WEF, Akanksha Khatri. “We can protect food supplies, make better use of our infrastructure and