Why Chinese businesses should accelerate biodiversity action – World Economic Forum

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Chinese companies can better engage in biodiversity conservation. A nature-positive transition could add $1.9 trillion in annual business value to the Chinese economy. Image: Unsplash/昊蓝 毛
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