May 9, 2024


Jennifer Morris, who heads up the global conservation outfit, rules out preserving nature through internationally traded biodiversity credits as it does not make scientific sense, but says “like for like” regional certificates could work. Biodiversity credits, an emerging financing instrument that seeks to bring in private capital for the conservation of endangered species and natural ecosystems, are “very...
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Carbon and biodiversity credit schemes, often referred to as ‘nature-based solutions,’ are gaining prominence as effective tools to meet global biodiversity and climate change goals. The nature-based solutions market is forecasted to grow to approximately $200 billion by 2050, presenting a significant opportunity to bridge the financing gap for conservation in protected areas worldwide. To...
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