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This report provides a set of recommendations for governments, regulators, companies, financial institutions, and multilateral developments banks. These are synthesized into a set of “big five” approaches to mobilize private finance for biodiversity: environmental fiscal reforms to realign incentives with sustainable practices; national biodiversity data provision and planning; the establishment of a Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) to support biodiversity reporting; the establishment of a ‘Nature Action 100’ to drive change in the companies whose activities most threaten biodiversity; and the provision of catalytic, concessional capital for biodiversity funds and projects.
|Title||Mobilizing Private Finance for Nature|
|File type||Online Report|
|Keywords English||Amazon, biodiversity, conservation, deforestation, ecosystem services, landscapes, protected areas, restoration.|
|Palabras clave Español||Amazonía, biodiversidad, conservación, deforestación, servicios ecosistémicos, paisajes, áreas protegidas, restauración.|
|Palavras-chave Português||Amazônia, biodiversidade, conservação, desmatamento, serviços ecossistêmicos, paisagens, áreas protegidas, restauração.|
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