• Gustavo Bernal Torres

The Little Book of Investing in Nature

By Global Canopy, the latest installment of their Little Book series sets out how the private and public sector can shift from financing nature negative activities to nature positive ones-

  • As the international community considers how to finance biodiversity protection for the next decade and beyond, The Little Book of Investing in Nature aims to help governments, NGOs, the private sector and others compare existing and future options for financing conservation in a clear and consistent way.

  • A simple guide to financing life on Earth, it offers practical steps and more than 40 mechanisms to support nature, as well as 25 case studies showing how these examples are supporting biodiversity around the world.

Source: https://www.afd.fr/en/ressources/the-little-book-of-investing-in-nature#:~:text=The%20Little%20Book%20of%20Investing%20in%20Nature%20aims%20to%20energise,strong%20returns%2C%20economic%20and%20otherwise.


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