Seven ways AI and the digital disruption can help us navigate towards a nature positive future
26 May 2023 / WORDS BY Kirsty Galloway McLean
We have already seen how new digital technologies are making a difference in our transition to a nature positive future. They enable more effective data collection, automate time-consuming processes, enhance management decision-making, and support targeted monitoring for agreements and goals. This only reinforces the incredible potential of AI to better support biodiversity protection and buttress industry efforts towards meeting global conservation and sustainable development goals. We know “There is No Planet B” – but perhaps we’re improving our outlook for “Planet A(I)”.
Biodiversity Credit Markets: The role of law, regulation and policy
19 April 2023 / WORDS BY Pollination
Target 19 of the Montreal-Kunming Global Biodiversity Framework refers to biodiversity credits as a potential mechanism for financial resource mobilisation. Establishing robust governance frameworks is critical for these markets to reach their potential as they mature. This paper sets out high-level principles and recommendations to shape these markets to deliver nature positive and equitable outcomes, while providing an innovative, scalable source of finance for nature.