Centre for Nature and Climate

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Context

The Centre for Nature and Climate (CNC) seeks to safeguard our global commons – driving climate action, developing a nature-positive economy, regenerating food, water and ocean systems as well as improving resource management and preventing pollution.

The Centre develops multistakeholder partnerships to accelerate action, scale solutions and support policy for a net-zero and nature-positive transformation. It provides a trusted and vibrant platform to progress towards the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Centre seeks to enable its community to:
• Keep on the pulse of issues and trends on the nature and climate agenda
• Build connections and drive momentum across industries and regions
• Scale innovation and public-private initiatives to shape a better future

Our five priority areas provide focus:
1. Accelerating climate action for net zero
2. Fast-tracking towards a nature-positive economy
3. Regenerating food, ocean and water systems
4. Advancing resource circularity
5. Enabling market mechanisms through innovative financing and technology

OUR AREAS OF ACTION

We have narrowed our focus to five interconnected but independently important pillars which provide clarity to our aims as a Centre.

  1. 1. Accelerating Climate Action for Net-Zero

  2. 2. Fast-Tracking towards a Nature Positive Economy

  3. 3. Regenerating Food, Ocean and Water systems

  4. 4. Advancing Resource Circularity

  5. 5. Enabling Market Mechanisms through Innovative Finance and Technology

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Driving Impact

The Centre for Nature and Climate drives impact and plays a central role as curator, convener and catalyst. We build a safe and trusted environment to allow positive ways forward to develop. Our networked approach cuts through silos to coordinate impactful long-term solutions that work for everyone.

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