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4 reasons why blended finance is our best bet in adapting to climate change

The Landscape Resilience Fund is an example of how blended finance can optimise risk management. Image: Unsplash/Dennis Ottink

Renat Heuberger

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, South Pole Group

Martin Stadelmann

Director Climate Investments, South Pole Group

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