UNEP calls on finance sector to boost biodiversity ambition and engagement

Cecilia Keating
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Half of the world's GDP is 'moderately' or 'highly' dependent on nature, according to the WEF | Credit: David Vig
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Half of the world's GDP is 'moderately' or 'highly' dependent on nature, according to the WEF | Credit: David Vig

The brewing industry is among the nine critical sectors identified in a report published today by UNEP and the Natural Capital Finance Alliance that highlights need for banks, investors and insurers to set firm targets to reduce biodiversity loss.

The finance sector must urgently set evidence-based biodiversity targets in order to prevent its activity from fuelling the ongoing degradation of ecosystems and jeopardising the stability of the global...

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