By Jay Sekulow
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
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"We need to understand what we're losing in order to save it," Mr. Sukhdev said. "You cannot manage what you do not measure."
"Environmental arguments come from the heart. But in today's world based on economics, it's hard for arguments of the heart to win," said Pavan Sukhdev, a former banker now leading a project that was proposed by the Group of Eight major industrialized nations to study monetary values for the environment.