Climate Change

What are nature-based solutions and how can we finance them?

"The amount of money being invested in nature-based solutions is not nearly enough". Image: UNSPLASH/Steven Kamenar

Johnny Wood

Writer, Formative Content

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Infographic showing decadal losses in global forest over the last 300 years.
Forests equivalent to one-and-a-half times the size of the US have been lost to deforestation. Image: Our World in Data

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G20 economies spend $120 billion annually on nature-based initiatives. Image: State of Finance for Nature in the G20
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