Green Economy

The world’s natural capital is worth US$125 trillion per year. This number exceeds the global GDP. The food we eat, the clean air we breathe, our water, medicine, and places for recreation all depend on nature. Humanity depends on nature. Yet, we have historically ignored its value. Nature’s service...Read more
While the Emerald Isle conjures images of lush green rolling countryside and rugged coastlines, Ireland’s biodiversity is in trouble. It's been found that 91% of major habitat types are in unfavourable conditions with species loss also faring unfavourably with once familiar species such as the curle...Read more
BIOFIN Indonesia will host the Bio-Econ Business Expo on 2-3 March in Jakarta By BIOFIN Indonesia The economic value of nature and biodiversity in Indonesia is extremely high. Indonesian biodiversity brings great benefits to many sectors, such as food/agriculture, medicines, livestock and industrial...Read more