• COP15's Special Guest - Nature

    23 November 2021

    What lessons can we take from Glasgow that can inform our approach at COP15, asks Simon Zadek

  • Before the storm - reflections on COP26

    25 October 2021

    Glasgow must be a turning point in our efforts - not because of what happens there, but because of what we do differently the day after everyone goes home, argues Simon Zadek

  • Forestry, agriculture and sustainable land use briefing afternoon round-up

    09 September 2021

    Environmental Finance's Forestry, agriculture and sustainable land use briefing afternoon included a half-day of presentations, a panel, and a live discussion group

  • Shaping finance in transitioning to a sustainable food system

    02 September 2021

    The global food system would be insolvent if the costs of its negative impacts were priced in, writes Simon Zadek

  • Governing voluntary carbon markets

    27 July 2021

    Carbon markets are the thin edge of a deep wedge that will see explosive innovation in advancing a broad range of nature-linked offset markets, argues Simon Zadek

  • Financing at the climate-nature nexus

    27 May 2021

    Nature and climate are scientifically intertwined, but are not the same, argues Simon Zadek

  • Greening sovereign debt

    27 April 2021

    Risk pricing in sovereign debt markets needs to better reflect the impact of natural capital on nations' productivity and resilience, argues Simon Zadek

  • Tilting markets towards material nature

    24 March 2021

    Simon Zadek outlines a six-part framework for reshaping markets and economies in ways that reward nature-friendly, and penalise nature-destroying, investments.

  • Natural Capital Investment 2021 conference roundup

    05 March 2021

    Environmental Finance's Natural Capital Investment 2021 virtual conference has ended after a full day of panels, speed networking sessions, and a live discussion group