Our roadmap to fight against biodiversity loss
In our new white paper, Sustainable by nature: our roadmap for biodiversity, we have defined a number of areas for accelerated action. They include the integration of biodiversity into our engagement with companies, organizations and policy makers and our approach to responsible business conduct. We will also seek to deepen investors’ understanding of biodiversity issues and to give nature more visibility and learn how to better reflect it in nature-related financial disclosures.
Investors looking for opportunities in the field of solutions related to biodiversity loss can find well measured, diverse and transparent thematic investment strategies such as those developed by BNP Paribas Asset Management. Our current thinking is detailed in Sustainable by nature: our roadmap for biodiversity.
To learn more about the challenges and opportunities of biodiversity loss and BNPP AM’s biodiversity roadmap, watch the video with Jane Ambachtsheer.
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