David Suzuki Foundation study shows abundance of natural riches in Howe Sound

The economic value of healthy ecosystems to provide food, clean water, a stable climate, protection from natural disasters and a place to relax, recreate and reconnect with nature is estimated at billions of dollars each year. These services underpin our health, economy and culture, yet they are not included in decision-making in any systematic manner. That needs to change. This study, Sound Investment: Measuring the Return on Howe Sound’s Ecosystem Assets, is part of that change.

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