Putting a price on nature can’t be worse than giving it all away for free

Guardian: Feeling relaxed? A bird perches atop a blade of grass in a sunlit meadow. Can you put a price on the smell of the sea and the wind in your hair? How much for a cool drink from a mountain spring on a summer's day? And what would you pay to lie under a tree and drift off to sleep serenaded by birdsong? The simple answer is that nature and wildlife is priceless. Some would go further and say ascribing cash sums to wind and water, the birds and the bees, destroys the very thing that makes it special:......

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