Climate is dead, long live biodiversity

08 Feb 2023

12 minutes read
2022 ended with COP15 propelling the world on the path to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. 2023 is set to be a decisive year for biodiversity as many agenda coalesce to make b...

Taxonomy criteria for non-climate objectives: a welcomed hard work with some inconsistencies

03 Jun 2022

12 - minute read

On March 30th, 2022, the Platform on Sustainable Finance (hereafter PSF or the Platform) published its final report containing technical screening criteria (TSC) for the four rem...

From Marseille to Kunming: Noah’s Ark for biodiversity?

30 Sep 2021

17-minute read
The World Conservation Congress of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) was held in Marseille from September 3 to 11. More than 9,000 delegates and 25,000 peo...

Towards a Task Force for Nature-related Financial Disclosures and investors’ appetite for science-based targets on natural capital

27 Oct 2020

On September 25, 2020, sixty-two Financial institutions, corporates, governments and regulatory bodies as well as think-tanks created an “Informal Working Group” (IWG) to work on a Task Force for ...

European financials in search of biodiversity impact measurement

08 Apr 2020

The interest in quantitative indicators capturing biodiversity metrics is growing rapidly among regulators and investors. These indicators can be used to measure the ill estimated environmental im...

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