The TNFD and the Value of Nature

The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) has specifically included people (humans) in the definition of Nature. As a species, people are commonly financially valued – so what about the financial value of the other millions of species?

How do some of the other species in Nature compare as economic citizens? And how does this apply to your Biodiversity Strategy and reporting?

It is all very well to seek a market to support conservation, but what detriment is done by undervaluing the true value of biodiversity?

It is vital that the biodiversity credits or any assets are justly priced – the same way as human assets are valued. Biodiversity is not merely an element – it is a living organism that contributes to society, the economy, and the environment.

It therefore should not be assigned a simple credit value that understates the true value it contributes to humanity. 

Join the fascinating and free one-hour webinar, led by Shana Vida Gavron, CEO of Endangered Wildlife OU, who is soon presenting at GIRO in Edinburgh on Measuring Your Biodiversity Footprint; and also as an invited panelist on Preserve and Protect the Environment at COP 28 in Dubai.

Register now for this complimentary Webinar on 9 November through this link