a bee flies to a pink flower against a black background
XINHUI GUEIFENG MOUNTAIN An Amegilla cingulifera flying near a flower at Xinhui Gueifeng Mountain © Junqiu Huang /TNC Photo Contest 2019

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Financing Nature Report

We need to be spending an additional $598-824 billion annually to reverse the biodiversity crisis by 2030—but much of that money can be found by changing existing spending flows.

The "Financing Nature" report offers the most comprehensive assessment to date on how much the world currently spends to benefit nature, how much more we need to be spending, and how we can close that nature funding gap now.

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Financing Nature Report The most comprehensive assessment to date on how much the world currently spends to benefit nature, how much more we need to be spending, and how we can close that gap.
Download the Report “Financing Nature: Closing the Global Biodiversity Financing Gap”
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Photo of trees and waterfall with title of report and three logos
Financing Nature Report The most comprehensive assessment to date on how much the world currently spends to benefit nature, how much more we need to be spending, and how we can close that gap.

Download the Report "Financing Nature: Closing the Global Biodiversity Financing Gap"

The report, released by the Paulson Institute, The Nature Conservancy and the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability, offers the most comprehensive assessment to date on how much the world currently spends to benefit nature, how much more we need to be spending, and how we can close that nature funding gap now.