Nature Markets

Shaping Nature Positive Markets

Nature markets are a sub-set of the economy where nature is specifically traded and valued. This includes large markets such as agricultural commodities and emerging markets that reflect the growing economic value of nature, such as nature-based solutions for carbon sequestration.

If markets can be shaped to treat nature as a regenerative asset, they can play an important role in addressing nature loss, climate change, equality and food security issues.

Our work on shaping nature markets aims to place nature and equity at the centre of how we build and run businesses, markets and economies.

Taskforce on Nature Markets

Establishing an ambitious, practical framework for building principles-based nature markets. Read more

Food Finance Nexus

Exploring the food-finance nexus to determining
how global finance can be shaped to support the
transition to an inclusive, healthy, sustainable
food system. Read more

Governing Carbon Markets

Finance for Biodiversity (F4B) has published a new governance model for carbon offset markets that encourages governors of carbon markets to adopt three design principles to ensure the market grows rapidly, adheres to standards, and helps the global economy move toward net zero. Read more

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Monique Atouguia
Knowledge Manager, Taskforce on Nature Markets




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