Biodiversity
The world's biodiversity is in trouble, with wildlife crime, the spread of invasive species, and loss of habitat reducing the number of species. The loss has economy-wide consequences, but biodiversity is especially important for the 870 million rural poor whose livelihoods and safety nets are inextricably linked to natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Read Overview »


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Adriana Gonçalves Moreira

Senior Environmental Specialist, Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice, World Bank


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