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The speed and scale of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation is the highest in history. 85% of the world's largest companies have a significant dependency on nature, indicating the critical importance of greater transparency for market participants on nature-related risks and opportunities. Businesses and financial institutions need help gaining the knowledge, capacity, data, and deep analytics to understand, manage and disclose the nature-related risks they face.SPEAK TO A SPECIALIST
We're at a pivotal moment for the corporate world’s understanding of biodiversity’s connection to climate change and the financial implications of nature loss.
At S&P Global, we are committed to delivering the most essential sustainability data, analytics and research to help market participants make sustainable decisions with conviction.
130+ metrics covering impact & dependencies on nature & biodiversity
Broad coverage of 17k+ public & private companies
1.6 million+ assets mapped to corporate owners
of assets with highest impact & dependency overlayed on Protected Areas and Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA).
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and S&P Global Sustainable1 have launched the Nature Risk Profile, a new methodology for analyzing companies' impacts and dependencies on nature. The Nature Risk Profile is aimed at enabling the financial sector to measure and address nature-related risk by providing scientifically robust and actionable analytics on nature impacts and dependencies. Developed by experts from across the conservation, business, and finance communities, it aligns with the emerging approach of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) and will support the implementation of TNFD's disclosure framework.
In 2022, S&P Global Sustainable1 convened a Knowledge Community to inform the development of data intelligence to accelerate a shift of capital towards nature-positive outcomes through the universal lens of the TNFD.
To date, the Knowledge Community is comprised of over 270 global organizations, representing financial institutions, corporations, government, academia, and interest groups.JOIN US
The rapid decline of the world's biodiversity poses big financial risks to businesses and the global economy. Listen to our episode featuring an interview with Elizabeth Mrema, co-chair at the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD), one of the organizations working to help companies assess, report and act on these risks.
Hosts: Lindsey Hall and Esther Whieldon
The speed and scale of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation is the highest in history. Businesses and financial institutions need help gaining the knowledge, capacity, data, and deep analytics to understand, manage and disclose the nature-related risks they face.Register