To ensure global economic progress without compromising biodiversity we need to rebalance nature’s supply and demand.
Myanmar is renowned as a biodiversity hotspot, and supports more than 230 globally threatened species.
We must "make peace with nature" and stop waging war on it to avoid an environmental cataclysm.
The market is screaming out for a new approach to assessing climate risk.
"Only a small number of countries are addressing the biodiversity crisis in the serious manner it deserves."
“For us, the 2030 target is ambitious, it’s achievable and it is beneficial for Europe,” a senior EU official says.