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Investors hail biodiversity agreement, which sees governments commit to halting and reversing biodiversity loss by 2030.
GFANZ's co-chair highlighted the 'twin crises of nature and climate' on Finance Day in Montreal as European governments pledged support for the private sector.
Elizabeth Maruma Mrema calls for government action ahead of crucial UN COP15 conference in December.
Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework set to be decided in Montreal in December.
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.
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