The 7th Global Policy Forum on Natural Capital, Implementing the Global Biodiversity Framework: Leveraging Natural Capital Data, Accounting and Analysis to Inform Policies, will take place in Kagali, Rwanda
The Government Pension Fund of Thailand (GPF) places a strong emphasis on sustainable investing, demonstrating leadership in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations both locally and globally.
Emissions reductions may not meet expectations, and groundwater use will likely increase. Read the recent article in the Science journal supported by GPS in the context of the work for The Hidden Wealth of Nations: Groundwater’s Critical Role in a Changing Climate Publication.
This event will present how we approach this agenda by identifying key barriers to investments in nature-based solutions and proposing concrete interventions.
The Forum aims to provide participants with a platform to discuss the use of natural capital approaches, including natural capital accounting (NCA), and the challenges and opportunities in using natural capital data, tools and analysis to inform and support policies in African countries.
This document reports on results accomplished during Fiscal Year 2022 by both the WAVES Plus and the GPS Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTFs). The report also summarizes relevant events and activities that that have taken place during the second semester of 2022.
Ghana, a West African country rich in natural resources, is in the midst of a transition to holistic landscape management to benefit national wealth and the livelihoods of its people.
Natural capital is the wealth of the poor. Its degradation and loss are their burden to carry. Degradation of nature could cause the poorest countries to lose 10% of their GDP annually by 2030.