As with energy and carbon, integrating climate risk strands some assets and makes others financially more attractive. NatureFinance has developed a three-level approach: first, a global modelling exercise which provides key data on how it will impact food systems; second, a deep dive in Brazil which showcases how this will impact a precise jurisdiction, and the role of policy intervention; third, insights on Brazilian consumer behaviour and how to nudge it towards sustainable choices. This mosaic approach can be replicated in other regions and scaled globally in future phases of work.
RESULTS TO DATE
Paper 1. Finance, Nature and Food Systems – The impact of potential financial climate-nature risk repricing on normative outcomes for food systems
Key message: The ‘policy-facilitated’ transition improves social and economic outcomes in the agricultural and food system.
Paper 2. Finance, Nature and Food Systems – Opportunities for the Brazilian agri-food system
Key message: Six policy recommendations that are good for finance, nature and climate have been presented to both Brazilian election candidates – A summary of recommendations to the candidates in Brazil’s election is also available in both Portuguese and English.
Paper 3. Finance, Nature and Food Systems – Consumers choosing sustainable food systems in Brazil
Key message: Consumers play a critical role in fostering necessary food system transitions and need to be placed at the centre of just and effective food system transformation.
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