Natural Capital Investment Alliance pledges to mobilise $10bn of private capital

Alleviating pressure on forestry, biodiversity and ecosystems

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Natural Capital Investment Alliance plans to mobilise more than $10bn of private capital towards themes that range from direct investment in sustainable forestry and land management, to investments in businesses that are supporting the shift away from a linear and wasteful economy.

The announcement comes as COP26 discusses how action on forests and land use can contribute to keeping the 1.5°C temperature goal in sight, support sustainable livelihoods and meet shared promises on adaptation...

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