We also need to look internationally: How does our domestic approach compare internationally? How does implementation differ between developing and developed countries?

Background

Adopting a natural capital approach improves understanding of economic, social, cultural, and environmental values. Helping to encourage behaviours and practices that support stewardship and sustainability.

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