New funding to Sustainable Finance Lab partners will boost efforts towards a greener economy

Through new areas of contact made possible by the Sustainable Finance Lab funding has been granted SRC, Stockholm Resilience center to lead a SEK 50 million consortium with the purpose of helping the finance sector curb biodiversity loss and protect nature towards a greener and more nature positive economy.
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Sustainable Finance Lab will be an impact partner and SFL Vice-Directors Beatrice Crona, (SRC/Stockholm University KVA), Joakim Sandberg (GU), and Mark Sanctuary (IVL) of SFL will work together within the consortium which is a Mistra biodiversity financed programme. The ambition is to research and develop strategies which the global financial sector may implement to protect nature and halt biodiversity loss; to facilitate the transition towards a more nature positive economy.

The funds are to provide for four years of cutting-edge research to support financial sector efforts, and the programme will partner with selected companies and financial sector actors.

Read more on Stockholm Resilience centers website.

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