Despite the immense economic benefits of halting climate change and protecting the world’s biodiversity, such efforts will depend on public and private actors directing funds to the industries and initiatives that will achieve these goals. This will mark a considerable shift in the current financial system, from financing environmentally harmful industries such as coal and oil extraction to funding more sustainable sectors. Read this selection of Landscape News stories to find out how global finance can invest in our future.
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