Climate Breakthroughs 2021

This is why it’s good business to invest in nature conservation

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It's vital that organizations work together to build solid nature investments. Image: Unsplash/Kunal Shinde

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Domestic government bodies are responsible for the largest proportion of today’s Nbs – $113 billion. Image: UN State of Finance for Nature report
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These are the investments needed to save the planet. Image: UN State of Finance for Nature report

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