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“As we approached The Rockefeller Foundation’s Centennial in 2013, we asked the question—what must we do for the next 100 years to fulfill our enduring mission of improving the well-being of humanity?  Our inescapable conclusion was that preserving the planetary conditions—the climate, ecosystem functions and services, and vital natural resources that provide the environment in which humanity has thrived—is fundamental to the success of our human endeavor.

…Last year, we had the great pleasure of hosting with the Financial Times a series of roundtable discussions in New York and London focused on the role and material importance of natural capital in financial investment risk and return. Highlights from the series are captured in the short video below…”

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