A study involving more than 20 specialists in conservation ecology and ecological economics highlights the contradiction between economic growth and biodiversity conservation.Adopting limits to international trade in resources or reducing and sharing the work, are some of the seven alternative proposals that the article notes to stop biodiversity loss. It is proposed that IPBES considers a trajectory beyond growth by proposing biodiversity scenarios in the context of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
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