Putting the Dasgupta Review into Practice

The Independent Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity

Yesterday marked the release of the Independent Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity.

The review explores the sustainability of humanity’s engagements with Nature, and its findings have wide implications for scientists, economists, and policymakers alike.

We are excited to recommend the following two webinars, both on February 17th, that will provide you with an opportunity to go into the details of the review and discuss its implications directly with those who worked on it.

In the meantime, we have prepared a briefing on the Review which you can download here. You can also download the summary graphic, shown below, here.

Graphic of our summary of the review. All information is available in the briefing.

 


UKNEE Webinar: The Independent Dasgupta Review of the Economics of Biodiversity


Date: 17 February 2021
Time: 13:30 – 14:30 GMT
Presenters: Emily McKenzie, Head of Evidence and Policy for the Dasgupta Review on Economics

UKNEE is delighted to host Emily McKenzie, Head of Evidence and Policy for the Dasgupta Review on Economics, who will give a presentation followed by a Q&A session. This session will focus on details of the economic analysis within review and its implications for our work in the future.

Register here


Natural Capital Initiative: How Can Humanity Sustainably Engage with Nature? The Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity

Date: 17 February 2021
Time: 15:00-16:00 GMT
Presenters: Dr Ruth Waters, from the Independent Dasgupta Review Team
 

In her talk, Dr Ruth Waters from the review team summarises the main messages from this review. You will then have the opportunity to comment and ask questions. We are interested in hearing your thoughts on the research and implementation gaps, as well as the topics and questions that should be highlighted to the wider research and policy communities


Register here