Moreover, in today’s world, for nature positive interventions to work requires them to be framed by broader sustainable development goals, particularly regarding poverty and equity issues, as with our work on nature markets, including food and finance.
To move beyond the early surge in nature-related interest and activity requires engaging more, and more directly with the market in ways that accelerate asset reallocation and nature positive investments.
NatureFinance has set up a Catalytic Investment Facility that will itself invest, and crowd in other investments in early stage businesses that have the potential to shape tomorrow’s equitable, nature positive markets. With seed funding from the Mava Foundation, a philanthropic foundation which invests in people and nature to support nature conservation, the Facility is scheduled to rollout in 2023. Read more
NatureFinance’s keystone role in developing a pipeline of nature positive businesses will be further enhanced by the forthcoming launch of a Nature Investor Circle that will convene, inform and shape collaborative action of early stage investors in nature positive businesses. Read more