Building a global biodiversity framework and closing the finance gap
On Demand Video is available to view until 7 July 2021| #FTNature
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Government leaders and major influencers will share their insights
Strategically timed to take place ahead of this year’s major international climate and nature conventions, this event brought together government leaders, Indigenous peoples and community representatives, top investors and other key influencers to discuss the economics and finance of biodiversity, and how investors and financiers can play a vital role in protecting at least 30% of the earth’s land and oceans by 2030 with innovative solutions to address biodiversity loss, while at the same time benefiting from the many new opportunities emerging in nature-positive economies.
Nature in Crisis
What is the magnitude and current state of biodiversity loss and what actions can have positive impact?
A global deal for nature
What can we expect from COP-15 and COP26 in creating an overarching framework to mobilise public and private sector finance at scale for biodiversity?
Finance for impact
What are the innovative mechanisms and models that can scale up finance for nature?
Building forward better
How will greening recovery plans and sovereign debt benefit both people and the planet?
Andrea Meza Murillo
Minister of Environment and Energy
Henry M. Paulson Jr.
74th US Treasury Secretary, Chairman
Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta
Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics
Business for Nature
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim
Association of Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad (AFPAT)
Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
Chairman of the Management Board
National Geographic Society
Associate Editor and Business Columnist
Environment and Clean Energy Correspondent
Global Education Editor
Lex Research Editor
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"An incredibly well-curated event. A great combination of thought-provoking discussions and networking." Chanelle Duley University of Auckland
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