Why Fund Managers Started Worrying About Biodiversity

The natural world is in crisis: Global wildlife populations have declined by an estimated two-thirds on average in the past 50 years, up to 1 million species are thought to face extinction and many of the earth’s ecosystems are badly damaged. The destruction of the planet’s biodiversity, the result of human activity from deforestation to pollution, isn’t only troubling for conservationists and wildlife lovers. It also poses huge economic risks. That realization is beginning to bring biodiversity