The World Bank is launching a program to help nations put a price tag on nature, similar to GDP, to underscore its value to global economies and protect its future.

“We’re here today to create something that no one has tried before: a global partnership that can fundamentally change the way governments value their ecosystems,” World Bank President Robert Zoellick told reporters Thursday as he announced the five-year pilot program in in Nagoya, Japan.

 

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