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A tide of financial mechanisms are being designed to address climate and biodiversity challenges

by Futures Centre, Dec 20
1 minute read

In regards to new mechanisms to restore nature, a tide of financial mechanisms are being designed to address climate and biodiversity challenges, and there are signals that results-based climate finance, such as payments for emission reductions, is working.

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So what?

This mechanism incentivises climate action and helps countries achieve their Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Agreement. As one example, Costa Rica is a leader in using financial levers to promote conservation and climate change action. Carbon tax revenues are being used to fund forest preservation and sustainable development.



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