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Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework set to be decided in Montreal in December.
Ecological destruction can drive downgrades, debt crises and soaring borrowing costs.
Minister voices hope that the UK could be first country to mandate TNFD reporting; move to Canada confirmed for COP15.
The much-delayed conference may now take place in December 2022, reports suggest.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: World Bank publishes bond impact report; IFC launches consultation on biodiversity finance reference guide.
The standard is harmonised with other initiatives in the financial sector including the TNFD, the SBTN and EU Align project.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: SASB Standards Board recommends changes prior to handover; UK government reveals audit and governance reforms.
A second paper looks at how to put UK nature and its recovery onto a financially sustainable path.
The Dutch asset manager's Greta Fearman highlights the potential of alternative data and tech for holding firms to account.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: DWS CEO resigns following police raids; AP7 blacklists 14 companies including Adani Enterprises, ConocoPhillips.

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