In the media | 20 Dec 2022

South China Morning Post: For how the global economy needs biodiversity, look no further than your pint of beer

Jake Kuyer

Jake Kuyer

Associate Director, Economics & Sustainability

Biodiversity

In an opinion piece published by the South China Morning Post, Jake Kuyer, Associate Director of Economics & Sustainability at Oxford Economics, uses the example of a pint of beer to show why safeguarding biodiversity is vital for sustainable economic growth.

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For how the global economy needs biodiversity, look no further than your pint of beer

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