'Into the Wild': New report highlights 'critical and urgent' need to deliver nature-based finance

James Murray
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'Into the Wild': New report highlights 'critical and urgent' need to deliver nature-based finance

New analysis from Association for Financial Markets in Europe and EY explores how more finance can be channelled towards nature-related projects

A new global policy and reporting framework is urgently required to help mobilise the billions of dollars of investment in nature-related projects needed to deliver on global climate and biodiversity goals....

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