Harnessing the potential of nature-based solutions to meet net-zero and support a flourishing nature-positive economy
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|Date||Tuesday 13 September 2022|
|Time||12:00 - 13:00|
This webinar will provide an overview of the role of nature-based solutions in helping nations and companies to meet their net-zero and nature-positive pledges, without compromising efforts to slow warming by keeping fossil fuels in the ground.
We will discuss what good looks like when it comes to implementing, financing and governing nature-based solutions and how best to ensure nature-based approaches harmonise with other critical climate solutions.
‘We have built our economies as if nature has no value; climate change and pandemics are showing us this not sustainable and that it is now time to repay our vast debt to nature.’ Professor Nathalie Seddon
In this webinar we will hear from leading practitioners at the intersection of research and the real world, developing ecologically and socially robust solutions for companies and informing global and local policies. The webinar will also introduce a new course launching at the end of September 2022.
Kaya Axelsson, Net Zero Policy Engagement Fellow, Oxford Net Zero
Nathalie Seddon, Professor of Biodiversity and Founding Director of the Nature-based Solutions Initiative,Department of Biology at the University of Oxford; Director, Agile Initiative and co-lead, Biodiversity and Society Programme, Oxford Martin School
Dr Nicola Ranger, Head of Sustainable Finance Research for Development in the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group and Director, Climate and Environmental Analytics, the UK Centre for Greening Finance and Investment (CGFI)
Dr Cécile Girardin, Technical Director, Nature Based Solutions Initiative
Moderated by: Professor Nathalie Seddon