Financials, Policy and Regulation

Development of nascent biodiversity credit market picks up speed

Fishing vessels outside a processing facility in the Philippines. The World Economic Forum estimates that more than half of global GDP is moderately or highly dependent on nature (Photo: Veejay Villafranca/Bloomberg)

Growing interest in biodiversity credits could unlock finance for solutions to protect nature – but integrity is key to avoid the greenwashing claims that have dogged the voluntary carbon market

Around $1tn in biodiversity spending will be needed by 2030 in order to protect habitats and reduce risk ...

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