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Category Archives: Natural Capital
Ecosystem Services for whom?
Ecosystem Services – the idea that we benefit from goods and services provided for free by nature. To be frank, the phrase is ugly. It’s ugly language to use to describe so much beauty – Nature; the bringer of joy, … Continue reading
Posted in bees, Dieter Helm, dogs, ecosystem services, Natural Capital, Neonicotinoids Tagged Bees, Dieter Helm, dogs, ecosystem services, Natural Capital, neonicotinoids 9 Comments
More tales from Natural Capital Wonderland: Woodlands and Badgers
“What’s the economic value of woodlands in the UK? Hmm? Come on, I haven’t got all day. Yes, you at the back there – £720 Billion you say? That sounds like a made up figure.” An imagined conversation perhaps, but … Continue reading
Posted in badgers, libertarians, Natural Capital, neoliberalism Tagged Andrew Lilico, badgers, Natural Capital, Woodland Trust, Woodlands 9 Comments
Natural Capital debate: Helm rebutts Monbiot, misses target
As today’s opening of The World Forum on Natural Capital runs into a spot of bother over the antics of some of the Corporations who are promoting it, last week saw a scintillating debate about Natural Capital, between two crusty … Continue reading
Natural Capital, Greshams Law and the Tainted Altruism Effect
I am in two minds whether to buy Tony Juniper’s new book, What nature does for Britain. On the one hand I think it will be well written and entertaining with lots of good examples of positive action for nature. … Continue reading