Founded in 1992, UNEP FI is the UN-convened network of banks, insurers and investors to accelerate sustainable development. Working with 400+ members, representing $100+ trillion in assets, we catalyse action across the financial system to align economies with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement.


UNEP FI Global Roundtable: Financing nature-based solution

Speakers: Frank Hawkins, Policy Advisor, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN);Candice Stevens, Chair, Sustainable Landscape Finance Coalition; Ivo Mulder, Head, Climate Finance Unit, UN Environment Programme; Nehru Pillay, General Manager, Research and Intelligence, Land Bank; Masahiro Kato, Head of Responsible Investment, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation.

Moderator: Jessica Smith, Nature Lead, UNEP FI

UNEP FI Global Roundtable: Exploring intersections between climate and nature
UNEP FI Global Roundtable: Nature positive insurance next steps


Harmful marine extractives: Deep-sea mining

Harmful marine extractives: Offshore oil & gas

Turning the Tide: How to finance a sustainable ocean recovery

Diving Deep: Finance, ocean pollution and coastal resilience

TNFD financial market readiness assessment

Nature in a haystack: Leveraging public nature-related data in disclosure frameworks

Prioritising nature-related disclosures: considerations for high-risk sectors

Are you ready for nature-related disclosures?

Biodiversity target-setting

Testing a nature-related risk framework in the consumer staples sector


Financing nature at COP27


Catch me if you can!


Nature risk – no longer ‘if’, but ‘how’ and ‘where’


COP15 Statement from the Private Financial Sector

UNEP FI is inviting financial institutions to sign an ambitious new statement calling on world leaders to agree a global economic plan for halting and reversing nature loss, ahead of the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) in early December. The statement is open for signatures until 25 November.

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