Gresham House launches biodiversity credit fund
Gresham House has launched a fund, targeting a £300 million fundraise, which will generate revenues by selling England's new mandatory biodiversity credits.
UK introduces 'game changing' mandatory biodiversity credit legislation
The UK government has introduced legislation which mandates the use of biodiversity credits for building developers, with investors saying this is a "game changer" for nature investment.
More private capital is needed to help hit forestry targets, says Gresham House
The UK and other countries need to attract more private capital to help them hit their reforestation targets, Gresham House has argued.
Gresham House closes £450m BSIF II fund
Gresham House has raised £450 million ($553 million) for its British Sustainable Infrastructure Fund II (BSIF II), a fund backed by eight UK local government pension schemes (LGPS).
Gresham House forest growth fund raises £300m
Gresham House bags £75m for renewable energy fund
UK's biodiversity legislation could be replicated, says Gresham House
The UK's 'biodiversity net gain' methodology could be replicated, Gresham House predicted, but it will not be the "silver bullet" for biodiversity many expect it to be.
Will today prove a turning point for natural capital?
What is the TNFD's final framework released on Monday expected to say, and will it mark an inflection point for embedding nature in finance, asks Genevieve Redgrave
UK government says biodiversity credits will cost at least £42,000 each
New guidance from the UK government on the pricing of biodiversity credits is "a good signal" that will encourage the development of a market for the instruments, according to one investor.