One Trillion Trees

5 nature-positive trends to watch out for in 2023

Nearly 190 countries agreed to halt and reverse nature and biodiversity loss at COP15 in Montreal. Image: Unsplash/Ivars Utināns

Jack Hurd
Executive Director, Tropical Forest Alliance, World Economic Forum
Nicole Schwab
Director, 1t.org and Nature-Based Solutions, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Akanksha Khatri
Head, Nature and Biodiversity, World Economic Forum
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