These 12 entrepreneurs are using the power of carbon markets to fight climate change

$133 billion a year flows into nature, but we will need to at least triple this by 2030 if the world is to meet its climate change, biodiversity, and land degradation targets. Image: REUTERS/Peter Henderson/File Photo

Betty Cremmins

Lead, Engagement, Nature-Based Solutions and 1t.org, World Economic Forum

Gabriela Martinez

Specialist, Nature Climate Solutions Alliance, World Economic Forum Geneva

Silje Ditlefsen Zanni

Community Success Lead, Nature-Based Solutions, UpLink, World Economic Forum

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