• Water quality: a critical pillar of biodiversity

    22 March 2023

    Tighter regulation could help investors improve water quality and tackle biodiversity loss, write Lisa Beauvilain and Johan Florén

  • Accounting for Asia's biodiversity

    10 March 2023

    The finance industry should develop its own methods of biodiversity accounting, argues ADM's Christopher Botsford

  • Biodiversity fund assets triple in 2022 to nearly $1bn

    27 February 2023

    Assets in biodiversity funds passed $984 million at the end of 2022, with a flurry of strategy launches despite macroeconomic woes, Thomas Cox reports

  • Tradeable units - a key ingredient for scaling investment in nature

    10 February 2023

    Verra is working to identify a unit that can be understood by the market in order to be traded, but that also reflects the fact that nature is not fungible, says Sinclair Vincent

  • Water is 'most critical' natural capital factor for investors

    09 February 2023

    Investors should first look at water when kicking off engagement with corporations on natural capital, Jefferies' Grace Elshafei tells Thomas Cox

  • Biodiversity: engage to change

    18 January 2023

    Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM)'s lead investment stewardship manager Snorre Gjerde outlines how the sovereign wealth fund is approaching the topic of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation

  • Transition to be a key theme for 2023, says ANZ

    11 January 2023

    High-emitting sectors will increasingly come under scrutiny amid the net-zero transition, ANZ's Stella Saris Chow tells Genevieve Redgrave

  • Lombard Odier's natural capital strategy, two years on

    05 January 2023

    After stellar 2021, the strategy felt the pain in 2022, writes Madeleine Jenkins

  • Four action areas to help close the gap in nature finance

    01 January 2023

    Financing for the nature crisis will be as critical as the climate crisis and needs urgent attention, argue Soumya Balasubramanya, Elisson Wright and Raffaello Cervigni

  • A call to action for regulators

    28 December 2022

    With biodiversity loss in freefall, central banks and financial regulators must address the sectors most harmful to both nature and the climate, argues Maud Abdelli