Almost half a trillion dollars of support a year harms people’s health, the climate and drives inequality.
Environmentally sustainable post-COVID-19 spending in Latin America and the Caribbean lags behind the rest of the world, according to a new platform co-developed by the University of Oxford that showcases real-time data from 33 countries.
Fossil fuel and mining companies would contribute billions toward conservation programs under a new proposal in the United States Congress.
Research to identify the harmful connections between the global economy and biodiversity losses is urgently required. This is the message of a background paper on biodiversity and the financial system compiled by Mistra’s expert panel.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing us all to re-think the status quo, opening the door for sustained investments in nature and Nature-based Solutions (NbS) to
State of Finance for Nature: Investing Less than 1% of World GDP into Nature-Based Solutions Can Tackle Climate Change (UNEP)
A total investment of $8.1 trillion in nature is required over the next three decades to successfully tackle the climate, biodiversity, and land degradation crises,
Eliminating or redirecting biodiversity-harming subsidies (BHS) by 2030 is feasible and can deliver multiple benefits. This policy brief highlights lessons learned from successful reforms in
Members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) are currently negotiating new multilateral disciplines to tackle the harmful fisheries subsidies that undermine marine resources, as well
Green Stimulus Index – An assessment of the orientation of COVID-19 stimulus in relation to climate change, biodiversity and other environmental impacts (Vidid Economics)
Over the past 2 months the world has witnessed unprecedented government financial interventions in response to Covid-19. Economic stimulus packages announced to date include a