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Evaluating, Disclosing, and Investing in Nature-Based Solutions to Support Climate Resilience

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 11:00 AM

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Communities, governments, and businesses around the world face unprecedented challenges from environmental degradation, climate change, rapid urbanization, and a host of other megatrends. In particular, climate change is exacerbating the frequency and severity of natural hazards, including flood, wildfire, drought, and heat island impacts. These issues degrade community well-being and the financial bottom line of governments and businesses. In this context, the use of natural capital and nature-based solutions can be a cost-effective way to reduce risk to natural disasters, advance equity, and support climate mitigation/adaptation. Earth Economics will share examples of nature-based solutions to support climate risk reduction, methods for quantifying and valuing such approaches in decision making, and implications for improved disclosure through ESG reporting and elsewhere.

Key Takeaways:

  • The potential role of natural capital & nature-based solutions in climate mitigation, adaptation, and resilience.
  • Examples of how the risk reduction benefits (and co-benefit) associated with NBS can be quantified and support decision making - both government and private sector.
  • Examples of investment opportunities and strategies related to NBS to support resilience – both government and private sector.


Rowan Schmidt, Program Director, Earth Economics

Jo Paisley, Co-President GARP Risk Institute

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