Throughout the event, distinguished speakers will explore how we can align nature and finance to benefit communities.
It will begin with the launch of the Final Recommendations from the Taskforce on Nature Markets, an international group of leaders, experts and stakeholders working to shape a nature positive and equitable global economy.
Throughout the day, a series of sessions will explore the roles of indigenous people and local communities, technology and innovation, banks, investors and finance in the bioeconomy.
A panel of Amazonian governors will close the event with a session exploring their unique perspective on the bioeconomy.
The day will be seamlessly integrated into the context of the Amazon Summit, establishing connections between nature, finance and the topics of the G20 and COP 30.
It will be attended by representatives from the Federal Government, State Governments, private sector, financial institutions, banking industry, philanthropy organisations, NGOs, and academia.