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After three years of natural disasters and pandemic, there’s a groundswell of demand for greening our urban world. And newfound respect for the terrible power of nature and the joy it can bestow when we get things right.
We need to protect and enhance biodiversity, our water quality, the air we breathe and our precious green trees, plants, parks and wetlands.
The big investors are on board. The Task Force on Nature-Related Financial Disclosure is on the way.
Megan Flynn, partner at leading climate advisory Pollination, recently told The Australian Financial Review that nature positive is “going to move faster than climate”.
“The one caveat is that it’s much more complex than climate.”
Tim King, chief investment officer of impact investor Melior Investment Management, said:
“I’m telling companies this is moving rapidly. Investor expectations are moving extremely rapidly, as are customers’ and employees’ expectations.”