In 2024, Australia will host the Global Nature Positive Summit.
Many businesses want to invest in nature. Governments are working with businesses to make that easier, and help guide private investment to where it will benefit nature most and contribute to protecting 30% of the world’s land and sea by 2030.
The Global Nature Positive Summit brings together governments, businesses and environmental groups to drive private investment in nature protection and repair.
Landscape restoration opportunities, such as the Nature Repair Market, will also be showcased to attract private investment.
The Summit is an opportunity for countries and businesses to:
- share knowledge on securing private investment in nature
- share information on nature protection and repair projects such as restoring mangroves, protecting waterways, and re-establishing habitat for threatened species.
- measure the economic contribution from the environment and nature
- make better investment decisions
- move to a nature positive economy.
The Summit supports the implementation of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework adopted by Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in December 2022, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and builds on Australia’s strong support for the International Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosure.
Other nations, particularly developing nations, will be assisted in gaining the knowledge, tools and technical support needed to increase private investment in nature.
If you have questions about the Global Nature Positive Summit please submit your query to NatureSummit@dcceew.gov.au.
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