Welcome to Nature4Climate's Daily Nature Brief at COP27. We encourage you to forward and share this newsletter with your colleagues at COP and beyond to stay up to date on the latest Natural Climate Solutions news. 


The first day of COP kicked off with a no-holds-barred speech from the UN Secretary General, who said the world was on a “highway to climate hell." "Humanity has a choice: co-operate or perish. It is either a climate solidarity pact — or a collective suicide pact,”  he said. During the World Leaders Summit, many leaders repeated the Egyptian Presidency's call for 'Implementation, Implementation, Implementation," although while many acknowledged the importance of climate cooperation, generally announcements fell short of demonstrating concrete progress on the delivery of commitments. Headline-grabbing announcements were scarce. The launch of the Forest and Climate Leaders' Partnership was one bright spot as a group of leaders agreed to focus on delivery and accountably of past forest pledges. In today's issue, we'll focus on some of the key headline announcements from Day 1, returning tomorrow to broader coverage of updates, reports and nature-positive activity in Sharm. 
(UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak speaking at the Forest and Climate Leaders' Summit) 

Forest and Climate Leaders' Partnership

The Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership (FCLP) was launched yesterday by world leaders, including UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, President Emmanuel Macron of France, President Akufo-Addo of Ghana, President Denis Sassou Nguesso of Congo, President Petro of Colombia, Chancellor Scholz of Germany, and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

The FCLP is a voluntary partnership of 26 countries committed to accelerating momentum to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030. The partnership aims to drive delivery and accountability to global forest commitments through annual high-level events. It will also provide a space for governments to innovate, and problem solve to create collective consensus about how to drive progress towards the 2030 target. 

Co-chaired by the US and Ghana, member countries will commit to be a leader in at least one of the FCLP’s action areas. Within each action area, the FCLP will support, lead, establish or showcase, as appropriate, one or more initiatives as the principal mechanism to scale and drive delivery. 

Action areas: 1/ International collaboration on the sustainable land use economy and supply chains; 2/ Mobilising public and donor finance to support implementation; 3/ Shifting the private finance system; 4/ Supporting Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ initiatives; 5/Strengthening and scaling carbon markets for forests; 6/ Partnerships and incentives for preserving high-integrity forests.


At COP27, the Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership held its first public facing event. An alliance of government leaders, companies, financial actors and Indigenous Peoples’ came together to demonstrate delivery and ambition to halt and reverse forest loss by 2030.

Public Finance
$12 billion of public money committed in Glasgow over 5 years; $2.67 billion spent in 2021 (22%); 1 billion EUR additional public money committed at COP27.

Progress on COP26 Commitments
  • At COP26, 12 governments came together to make the Global Forest Finance Pledge for $12 billion of forest-related finance by 2025. $2.67 billion of this $12 billion pledge was spent in the first year. This equates to 22% of the COP26 pledge and means that donors are on track to deliver by 2025, translating headline commitments into action on the ground.
    • This includes $717 million in Africa; $452 million in Latin America and the Caribbean; and, $239 million in Asia
  • At COP26, donors committed $1.5 billion to the Congo Basin over 5 years through the Congo Basin Joint Donor Statement. At COP27, those donors reported that they had provided $508 million support for forest and people in the Congo Basin. The scale of this investment reflects the importance of the second-largest tropical rainforest in the world for sustainable development, for climate mitigation and for adaptation.
  • At COP26, donors committed $1.7 billion through the Indigenous People and Local Communities Forest Tenure Pledge. At COP27, those donors reported that $321 million of finance has been disbursed from the pledge. The pledge responds to long-standing demands from Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities and civil society for increased climate finance to support IPs’ and LCs’ critical role as guardians of forests and nature.
  • President Macron announced that the coalition of donors behind the Great Green Wall Accelerator initiative have spent $2.5 billion since The One Planet Summit in 2021. The GGW initiative is driving investment to restore 393 million hectares of degraded land that has the restoration potential, if conserved, managed, and restored to lead to net carbon sequestration of between 1.5 and 3.5 GtCO2 equivalent.
New Commitments
  • Germany doubled its finance for forests from €1 billion to €2 billion through 2025.
Private Finance
In addition to $7.2 billion of private funds committed in Glasgow; an additional $3.6 billion of private capital will be committed at COP27.

Progress on COP26 Commitments
  • One year after launch, IFACC commitments have risen from $3 billion to $4.2 billion [increase of  $1.2 billion] and the initiative now comprises 13 financial institutions and agribusiness companies.
  • The Lowering Emissions by Accelerating Forest Finance (LEAF) Coalition increased the total amount of finance mobilised for the purchase of high-integrity emissions reductions credits to over USD $1.5 billion. This represents a 100% increase in financial commitments from the private sector since COP26. Volkswagen Group and H&M Group have become the latest global corporations to make a financial commitment to the LEAF Coalition. The Republic of Korea has been unveiled as the first Asian government to provide financial support to LEAF. The Republic of Korea joins the governments of the UK, US and Norway in backing the Coalition. In addition, Ecuador has become the first forest nation to sign a LEAF memorandum of agreement. This sets out next steps and a clear roadmap for the signing of a binding Emissions Reduction Purchase Agreements by April 2023.
New Commitments
  • The establishment of a new collaborative of philanthropic donors, Forests, People, Climate (FPC), was announced. Its aim is to mobilise and deploy significantly increased philanthropic funding in support of the Glasgow Leaders Declaration’s goal. $400 million over five years in new philanthropic funding was committed to the FPC with a goal of raising another $1.2 billion over the next five years. These new commitments go beyond the $380 million over five years that the thirteen donors currently involved in the collaboration already planned to spend toward the FPC goal. 
  • The Dutch entrepreneurial development bank (FMO) committed to invest at least EUR 500 million by 2030 in sustainable forestry.
  • &Green committed up to $88 million of additional resources to build a portfolio of investible projects in the Congo basin.
  • Southbridge Investments has developed a major new partnership, The African Restoration Fund, with the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), blending $500 million of concessional finance with $1.5 private investment to support local restoration efforts across the continent, starting with mangrove restoration.
  • The Bezos Earth Fund announced a contribution of $50 million to efforts to increase restoration in Africa.
Systemic Shifts
  • Leading financial institutions from Japan to Norway to Brazil, all signatories to the Financial Sector Commitment on Eliminating Commodity-driven Deforestation have been moving forward with implementation through the Finance Sector Deforestation Action (FSDA) initiative. FSDA members have published shared investor expectations for companies, are stepping up engagement activity and are working with policymakers and data providers. New members joining in 2022 include SouthBridge Group, the first African financial institution to join the initiative, Banco Estado de Chile, London CIV and GAM Investments.
  • In their call to action, the GFANZ co-chairs and vice chair, including Mark Carney, are calling on all financial institutions to embed deforestation into their net zero transition plans.
  • Central Bank Governors from Chile, Zambia and Malaysia highlighted the vital steps they are taking to better understand nature-related climate risks, ensuring that the protection and restoration of critical ecosystems are properly accounted for in ensuring financial stability and contributing to economic prosperity.
  • The 28 Governments participating in the Forest, Agriculture and Commodities (FACT) Dialogue, representing over 75% of global trade in key commodities presented the FACT Dialogue Progress Report that renews the commitments of the largest producer and consumer countries to working together to achieve shared goals and promote sustainable development and trader, while protecting forests and other critical ecosystems.


On the first day of COP27, presidents and ministers from Palau, Nigeria, Costa Rica, the United Kingdom, France, and the United States affirmed their support for the 30x30 target which commits countries to a global effort to achieve the protection of at least thirty percent of the planet’s land and ocean by 2030 to help curb biodiversity loss and climate change.
The President of Palau, Surangel S. Whipps Jr, announced that Palau has joined the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People, an intergovernmental group championing the protection of at least 30 percent of the world’s land and ocean by 2030. Engineer H. Musa, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Environment and Climate Change from the Federal Republic of Nigeria announced that all 15 members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) had agreed to support 30x30 as part of an "ECOWAS Appeal for an Ambitious Global Response to the Biodiversity Crisis''. 
All the leaders at the event expressed their determination to get a global agreement for 30x30 at the upcoming COP15, the Convention on Biological Diversity summit to be held in Montreal in December, and affirmed their ambition to achieve 30x30 targets together. These commitments follow last year’s largest-ever private funding commitment for biodiversity conservation aimed at tackling the Earth’s climate, extinction and health crises. In 2021, nine organizations joined together to pledge $5 billion over the next 10 years to support the creation, expansion, management and monitoring of protected and conserved areas of land, inland water and sea,

Drought Resilience, Great Blue Wall and Arctic Sea Ice

Drought Resilience. World leaders launched a new alliance to boost drought resilience. Recognising the urgent need to shift drought management approaches from the current emergency response to resilience, the Alliance is envisioned as a collaborative platform to rally political momentum and trigger actions that support countries, cities, and communities to enable this shift and significantly reduce their vulnerability, impact and exposure to extreme drought. 

Great Blue Wall. World leaders from the Western Indian Ocean region and beyond came together to discuss the potential of the Great Blue Wall as an African-led initiative to counteract the effects of climate change and global warming while unlocking the potential of the blue economy to become a driver of nature conservation and sustainable development outcomes.

Arctic Sea Ice. The International Cryosphere Climate Initiative released its annual State of the Cryosphere Report. This report presents troubling news of present and projected impacts on the world’s ice⁠—which is of great importance to human society and ecosystems⁠—but offers hope that future harms can be limited by rapid and sharp reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.


Nature Zone
The Nature Zone pavilion is a dedicated space at COP27 to bring to life the momentum, action, and impact that surrounds Nature Positive – the global goal to immediately halt and reverse nature loss by 2030. All events will be open for everyone to attend unless otherwise stated. Those not able to attend in person can watch the livestream on Nature4Climate’s YouTube channel. 

Full schedule can be found our new website! 

If you're on the ground, come find us in Zone C. Here's a helpful map, in case, like us, you find yourself hopelessly lost. 
Nature's Newsroom
Nature’s Newsroom is a bespoke broadcast studio within the Nature Zone which will be sharing nature positive stories via video content captured at COP27. The Newsroom will broadcast live from its studio daily starting Tuesday. There will be a Nature Positive show going live 10.30am local time each day, as well as interviews from partners including Eurovision and We Don't Have Time. For daily content from from the Newsroom, please go to the Trello board, where we will upload the best of our content each day. 


All times local Glasgow time. The full schedule for the NatureZone can be viewed 

Ocean Futures Lab – Thinking Outside the Shell: Towards the Sustainable Blue Future We Need
Time: 8:30-10:00 AM
Organizers: UN Climate Change High-level Champions, Global Climate Action Agenda for Ocean and Coastal Zones, the Ocean & Climate Platform
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

Net Zero Workshop:  Carbon Markets - Price Benchmarks, Market Drivers, and the Implications of Article 6 
Time: 8:45-9:45 AM
Organizers: S&P Global
Location: Climate Challenge Lab

High level signature ceremony - Forest Partnerships
Time: 9:00-10:30 AM
Organizers: Guyana, Mongolia, Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia and the EU
Location: EU Pavilion

Opening of the Indigenous Peoples Pavilion
Time: 9:30-10:30 AM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

The Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership: Unpacking the FACT Dialogue, Traders Roadmap and Forest Tenure Pledge to build more sustainable supply chains and support Indigenous Peoples and local communities
Time: 9:30-11:30 AM 
Organizers: UK Government
Location: UK Pavilion

Towards Credible Claims - The Governance of Carbon Neutrality Claims and Its Impact On The Voluntary Carbon Market 
Time: 9:30-11:00 AM 
Organizers: Wuppertal Institute and German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action 
Location: IETA BusinessHub Side Event Room

Empowering IPLCs to Set and Achieve More Ambitious Climate Targets In Myanmar
Time: 10:00-11:00 AM
Organizers: WWF
Location: WWF Pavilion

Investing in Ocean Observation to Meet Climate Targets: The Importance of Deep Blue Carbon
Time: 10:15 AM
Organizers: Ocean Frontier Institute 
Location: Canada Pavilion

Panel Discussion: “Mobilizing Climate Investment to Solve Crisis – Creating Global Market Signals”
Time: 10:30–11:30 AM
Organizers: Coalition for Rainforest Nations
Location: EY Pavilion

Understanding the threats and solutions to climate change by using data and GIS mapping
Time: 10:45-11:35 AM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

A global food system to nourish a population of 10 billion by 2030 in a changing climate
Time: 11:00-11:45 AM
Organizers: FOLU and eit Food
Location: Food Systems Pavilion

Architecture Around Article 6.2 ITMOS Issuance by Carbon Market Programme
Time: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Organizers: Global Carbon Council
Location: IETA BusinessHub Side Event Room

Global Leadership on Blue Carbon: Keys to Success
Time: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Organizers: Conservation International 
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

Ocean Resilience and Coastal Adaptation in Asia and the Pacific 
Time: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Organizers: Asian Development Bank
Location: MDB Pavilion

Standing with Coral Reefs: Climate Adaptation In Action
Time: 11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Organizers: WWF
Location: WWF Pavilion

Beyond Zero: First Nations Leadership for a Recovering Climate
Time: 11:30 AM
Organizers: First Nations Climate Initiative (FNCI) – Pacific Resolutions
Location: Canada Pavilion

Nature Based Solutions for Climate, Society, and Biodiversity
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Organizers: US Government
Location: US Center Pavilion

Sustainable Business In The Amazon: Catalysing Ecosystem Regeneration and Climate Stability Through Forest-Friendly Economic Development 
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Organizers: Amazon Investor Coalition
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion Auditorium B

EU response to food crises and support to African resilience: Agro-ecological approaches and the Great Green Wall
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
Organizers: EU Commission
Location: EU Pavilion

Facilitating African Indigenous Agendas to transfigure Indigenous-led Climate Solutions and Finance
Time: 12:50-1:40 PM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

Building Resilience through Blue Carbon Ecosystems for Coastal Communities 
Time: 1:00-1:55 PM 
Organizers: New Zealand Foreign Affairs & Trade and Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Program
Location: Moana Blue Pacific Pavilion

High-Quality Marine Protected Area Networks: Opportunities and Challenges to Mitigate Global Climate Change Impacts
Time: 1:00-2:30 PM 
Organizers: The Pew Charitable Trusts
Location: Chile Pavilion

The Future of Climate: Energy, Agriculture and Nature-Based Solutions 
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Organizers: World Wildlife Fund US
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion Auditorium A

Putting Innovative Sustainable Finance to Work
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Organizers: The Nature Conservancy
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

Launch Green desert platform – a game changer for scaling up the Sahara Forest Project in Jordan
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Organizers:by Sahara Forest Project and Bellona Foundation
Location: Bellona Foundation Pavilion

Amazon 2030 - How the region's biggest problems are also the key to its development
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
Organizers: O Mundo Que Queremos, Imazon, CPI-PUC and Amazônia 2030
Location: Brazil Climate Action Hub

Importance of Integrated Forest Risk Management for Climate Adaptation
Time: 1:00-2:30 PM
Organizers: Korea Forest Service(KFS), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO), Asian Forest Cooperation Organization(AFoCO)
Location: Korea Pavilion

Catalyzing Finance for Nature-Positive Growth In Africa
Time: 1:30-2:30 PM
Organizers: FSD Africa
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion Auditorium B

Colombia 2030 Summit
Time: 1:30-3:00 PM
Organizers: Colombian Government
Location: Colombian Pavilion

Indigenous Voices from the Frontlines 
Time: 1:45 PM
Organizers: Indigenous Climate Action
Location: Canada Pavilion

Knowledge Sharing on the FCPF-Capacity Building program for Indigenous Peoples, Forest dependent Communities and Southern CSOs
Time: 1:50-2:45 PM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

Ecosystem payments for a Just Transition
Time: 2:00-3:00 PM
Organizers: ILO, IMF, UNEP Finance Initiative and Centre Scientifique de Monaco
Location: just Transition Pavilion

Leaders in Action #ForCoral
Time: 2:30-3:30 PM
Organizers: Bloomberg Philanthropies
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

Indigenous Peoples Leadership and Knowledge for Climate Solutions
Time: 2:55-3:50 PM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

The Abidjan Legacy Programme
Time: 3:00-4:00 PM
Organizers: International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Promoting Nature-based Solutions through the Article 6.2 Cooperative Approaches in the Forest Sector 
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 PM
Organizers: Center for Global Climate and Marine Governance(CGCMG) GRI of Korea University Center for Climate and Sustainable Development Law and Policy(CSDLAP) Asia-Europe Foundation(ASEF) Global Green Growth Institute(GGGI)
Location: Korea Pavilion

The Storyteller and the Changemakers: A Case for Hope
Time: 4:00-4:45 PM
Organizers: National Geographic Society
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

How can biosolutions mitigate climate change, accelerate biodiversity, and support food security?
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM
Organizers: The Danish Chamber of Commerce
Location: Denmark Pavilion

How science and innovation deliver concrete solutions on the ground for communities and ecosystems
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM
Organizers: EU Commission
Location: EU Pavilion

We need an international law against ecocide. How can we push for accountability in the Nordic Region? 
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM
Organizers: The National Council of Swedish Youth Organisations (LSU)
Location: Nordic Pavilion

An interactive dialogue between Indigenous Peoples delegations and the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of Human Rights in the Context of Climate Change
Time: 4:00-5:30 PM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

Turning the Tide On Forest Preservation and High Forest, Low Deforestation (HFLD) Credits 
Time: 4:30-5:30 PM
Organizers: Climate Impact X
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion Auditorium B

Turning the Tide on Forest Preservation and High Forest, Low Deforestation (HFLD) Credits
Time: 4:30- 5:30 PM
Organizers: Climate Impact X
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion

Africa Day High Level Event
Time: 4:30-7:00 PM
Location: Africa Pavilion

Congo Basin: Raising Ambitions and Driving Solutions 
Time: 4:45- 6:15 PM
Organizers: UK Government
Location: UK Pavilion

Climate Finance: Investing in Self-Determination
Time: 5:45-7:00 PM
Organizers: International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion

Bridging Companies and Policymakers “Unlocking The Potential of Regenerative Forest Business for Climate Change Goals”, Alignment COP and B20
Time: 6:00-7:00 PM
Organizers: KADIN (Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
Location: We Mean Business Pavilion Auditorium B

Connectivity and Cooperation as Tools for Ocean-Climate Action in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Marine Corridor (CMAR)
Time: 6:45-8:45 PM
Organizers: Pew Charitable Trusts
Location: Nature Zone Pavilion

Official Africa Day Cocktail 
Time: 7:00 PM
Organizers: Afreximbank
Location: Africa Pavilion

Foodscapes: A Bridge to Building Regenerative Food Systems
Time: 7:00-7:45 PM
Organizers: The Nature Conservancy, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, and SYSTEMIQ
Location: Food Systems Pavilion

onepoint5 COP27 Reception
Time: 7:30 PM 
Organizers: onepoint5
Location: Location: We Mean Business Pavilion

Avoiding the Tipping Point In The Amazon: An Essential Collaboration for Urgent Global Climate Stability
Time: 7:30-8:45 PM
Organizers: WWF
Location: WWF Pavilion


U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change John Kerry joining the announcement of the Forests & Climate Leaders Partnership during the World Leaders Summit
Mahmoud Mohieldin Climate Change High-Level Champion for #COP27 stopping by the Nature Zone Pavilion


COP27 Countries band together to keep forest promise
Reuters, Simon Jessop and Jake Spring, 7 November

Sunak extends UK support for saving forests – but will not give more funding
The Guardian, Fiona Harvey and Patrick Greenfield, 7 November

LEAF: Corporate spending commitments to end tropical deforestation reach $1.5bn at COP27
Edie, Matt Mace, 7 November

Global alliance to protect forests tops $1.5 billion in funding
Valor Investe, 7 November

Rishi Sunak announces £220m package of grants to help green causes at Cop27
The Daily Mail, Colin Fernandez, 6 November

France's Macron: Bezos Earth Fund pledged $1 bln to protect environment
Reuters, Sudip Kar-Gupta, 7 November

COP27 Drought-stricken work together to fight water woes
Reuters, Gloria Dickie, 7 November

COP27: Sunak declares climate action 'right thing to do', but absence of fresh pledges mars start of Summit
BusinessGreen, Michael Holder, 7 November

The results of the first wetland carbon sink survey in our province are released

Hubei Daily, 3 November

Tapping the Potential Green Value and Establishing a Wetland Carbon Sink Inclusive Platform
Hubei Daily,  7 November

Longyan City's first forestry carbon sink project signed a 30-year carbon sink of up to 1.5 million tons

BJX, 7 November

Europe rapidly losing its forest carbon sink, study shows

Euractiv,  Frédéric Simon, 7 November

Guyana in process of having over 30 mln forest carbon credits certified, says vice president

Carbon Pulse, 6 November

COP27: Egyptian financials sign deal to establish “first” African voluntary carbon trading platform

Carbon Pulse, 6 November

COP27: New demand pledges for forest carbon credits amongst incremental progress to halt deforestation
Carbon Pulse, Katherine Monahan and Mark Tilly, 7 November

Major banks support rainforest oil project despite problems
Associated Press, Ed Davey, 4 November

Will Africa ever see its ‘Great Green Wall’?
E&E News, Daniel Cusick, 4 November

Food giants team up to make regenerative agriculture a 'no brainer' for farmers
BusinessGreen, Cecilia Keating, 7 November

Lula Will Govern a Different Brazil Than When He Was Last in Charge
TIME, 7 November

Welsh village becomes battleground over ethics of afforestation
Financial Times, Yasemin Craggs Mersinoglu, 5 November

Why big business “greenwashing” attempts are actually hurting the environment
The Times, Ben Spencer, 6 November

OECD chief calls for phase out of ‘distortive’ farming subsidies globally
Euractiv, Paula Andrés, 4 November

Canadian delegation set to tell COP27 about oceans’ role in fighting climate change
The Toronto Star, Hina Alam, 6 November

Is Big Agriculture Finally Having a “Come to Jesus” Moment?
Mother Jones, Dominic Rushe, 4 November

Forest regeneration that earned multimillion-dollar carbon credits resulted in fewer trees, analysis finds
The Guardian, Adam Morton, 6 November

TNFD collaborates with NGFS on nature-related scenario analysis proposals
Responsible Investor, Gina Gambetta, 7 November

Are Trees Talking Underground? For Scientists, It’s in Dispute.
The New York Times, Gabriel Popkin, 7 November

Latest Draft Shows That TNFD’s Reputation As ‘The Next Frontier In Corporate Greenwashing On Nature’ Remains Solidly Intact
Forests & Finance, 7 November


Nature4Climate and our partners Metabolic have updated and expanded the database for the NbS Policy Tracker, launched in 2021 at COP26. The NbS Policy Tracker is the world’s largest global database of public policies that facilitate the delivery of crucial NbS solutions. This includes legislation (laws or constitutions), subsidies, and strategies and plans with budgets. In addition to these policies, the database now also includes NbS in international commitments, such as the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) and National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs).

The nature-based policies identified—both last year and this year—will be available on the new N4C website and further integrated into N4C’s upcoming Naturebase platform.
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