The Economics of Biodiversity

The Economics of Biodiversity: 12.30pm Tuesday

Biodiversity is in decline around the world, affecting the livelihoods of millions of people. From emissions reduction to wetland restoration, economists have a role to play in designing innovative marketplaces to effectively and fairly protect the world’s ecosystems. Find out how in the first talk of our “What Economists Really Do” series!

In this talk, Alex Teytelboym will share insights from his research on how economics can be used to develop practical solutions for maintaining, restoring, and improving biodiversity. Alex will talk for 30 minutes before opening up to a moderated Q&A.

These events are open to all. They will be held online and are free of charge.

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