Protecting and restoring important natural habitats and managing agricultural lands in a sustainable way will address the climate crisis, while helping to support biodiversity.
Biodiversity investing is not so different from other areas of ESG investing – it’s all about risk management and spotting opportunities.
Asian investors are ramping up climate strategy integration, a trend that NZ Super views as critical to long-term risk and returns.
Nature loss across Asia will profoundly damage economic activities that rely on natural capital, according to several recent studies. Investors need to act.
Signatories are advocating for a robust policy on plastic pollution amid concerns that states would support a less ambitious mandate.
Finding companies that can navigate the current social, regulatory and technological changes will be key to generating long-term returns and help lead the transition to a more sustainable world.
Central banks and financial supervisors are failing to integrate risks from nature loss, which may undercut a sustainable financial system, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature.