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Biodiversity credits continue to divide opinion. NatureFinance executive director Simon Zadek says that policy incentives are vital for the market to move beyond ‘toy town’ and help solve the nature crisis.
Investors are becoming concerned that an energy transition mining boom will have adverse effects on nature.
Nature is finally clawing its way onto investors’ agendas, with the launch of collective engagement initiatives and the development of disclosure frameworks.
The TNFD’s recommendations will be released this autumn, changing the way investors think about nature-related risk. Victoria Robson asks whether investors are ready to adopt the framework.
Inside: How nature is finally clawing its way onto investors' agendas; Pressure grows on asset owners over biodiversity; Why there are great expectations for TNFD; Expert comment from UBP and STOXX; Plus much more...
GRI's head Eelco van der Enden tells RI about the reaction to Carol Adams' appointment and reflects on the impact-focused standard setter's role in the push for interoperability.
ESG green data
Disclosure is improving in emerging markets, but data challenges continue to deter some investors.
Evolving regulations mean that collecting data on ESG issues in supply chains is a key priority for investors.

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