Nearly half of the gross domestic product (GDP) of the world’s cities is threatened by nature and biodiversity loss. However, if cities choose to invest in nature, they can also give themselves ...
Economist at UOB Group Ho Woei Chen, CFA, re-assesses the performance of the Chinese economy this year. Key Takeaways “China’s economic data were better than expected in May.
65 percent of China's GDP is at risk from nature loss. About two-thirds of China's economic sectors are highly relevant to the three socioeconomic systems that need immediate nature-positive ...
Over 50 per cent of the world’s total GDP is either highly or moderately ... discussed how to bring nature-based solutions to cities and highlighted a lack of urgency, with only 32 of 193 ...
Gold was trading higher on Wednesday, as markets reacted to the OECD’s decision to revise its GDP ... nature. Investing in Open Markets involves a great deal of risk, including the loss of ...
More and more scientific evidence was compiled and pointed to the huge toll of the global development trajectory on nature. At the Stockholm conference ... ranging from climate change to biodiversity ...
The environment is facing challenges on various areas, let us look into a few: Loss of Biodiversity ... 5 to 14 percent of countries' GDP. The strategy planned by UNEP in order to protect the ...
Economists appear to be widely divided over the efficacy and the impact of the move on the black money, which is variously estimated at 23 percent to 75 percent of the GDP. Demonetization is ...
In this blog post we'll consider some of the private asset strategies and techniques that investors can employ to help tackle ...