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Conservation Landscapes: To survive, the world’s remaining natural landscapes need to prove their economic, social and political case. They have significant potential in this regard, but it remains largely unrealized.

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Commercial Enterprise: Considerable scope exists for creating or re-engineering business models to actively support biodiversity conservation. This can and should be combined with generating sustainable profits.

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Investment Finance: Demand for conservation finance significantly exceeds available supply. There is an urgent need for new private sector investment mechanisms to supplement traditional public and philanthropic channels.

 
They complete the circle for us and make conservation financially sustainable.’
— Richard Azarnia, Managing Director, Mlinda Foundation

 

Conservation Capital has led the development and financing of more than 75 conservation enterprise initiatives in 25 countries. Read more...

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