Biodiversity Finance Program

Founding Year: 2012

Staff: 12

Budget: $55m (2018-2022)

BIOFIN was established in response to the urgent global need to divert more finance from all possible sources toward international and national biodiversity goals. Works to create an action plan, the experts rely on qualitative and quantitative data, innovative methodologies, and input from various sectors. Collaborates with governments and the private sector to demonstrate how targeted investments and incentives in biodiversity protect nature and create jobs, reduce pandemics, and combat climate change.

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Biodiversity Finance Program contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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