Thought leadership

  • Date 22 December 2021
  • Words by Martin Berg

What do investors look for in Nature Based Solutions?

How do we create scale from local projects to large ticket sizes to interest institutional investors?

When it comes to tackling climate change and the biodiversity crisis, the ocean and the world’s coastlines offer many solutions. Yet these solutions don’t receive anywhere near enough money to realize them. And while governments and philanthropists should provide more funding, they can’t meet the challenge alone. Investments from the private sector are equally key to success.

Hear Martin Berg, Head of Natural Capital Strategy at Climate Asset Management, discuss with Dorothée Herr of IUCN how to scale opportunities for ocean conservation so they appeal to the world’s largest institutional investors.

Martin is joined by Simon Dent of Mirova and Thomas Egli from BlueYou Group in this episode.

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