Policy and Regulation

Stronger nature policy may lead to biodiversity offsets market, says IPR

Analysis by the UN-backed PRI’s Inevitable Policy Response points to greater regulation to protect nature and the creation of biodiversity markets.

The Inevitable Policy Response, a UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment’s consortium, has published analysis on possible government responses to nature loss, which include stronger land protection ...

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