Bio-diversity, now there's an idea worth money
Tools and techniques are (being) developed to assess "environmental services" such as carbon sequestration, water cycle regulation and – to a less clear extent – climate maintenance and habitat provision.
In Nagoya, there has been a concerted attempt to promote, extend and improve environmental economics and to draw more financiers and business executives into biodiversity valuation and protection.
I seem to recall that zillions of pounds are being traded against puffs of greenhouse gases, what's not to like about another great trading market in bio-diversity. Trebles all round.