Global Roadmap for a Nature-Positive Economy: An economic and financial reform agenda to meet climate and nature goals

The Insurance Hall, 20-21 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HY
Hybrid Financing Global Climate Transitions Invite only Development Diplomacy Finance Nature Politics and Policy Resilience

About this Event

About the event

WWF-UK, in collaboration with the UN Climate Champions team and the World Economic Forum, are hosting a panel event to explore the global-level economic reforms needed to facilitate an equitable transition to a nature-positive economy — an economy that no longer over-exploits nature, but instead results in increasing levels of it, which will also support climate adaptation. The aim is to discuss a global reform agenda that will enable national-level action, recognising that individual countries will struggle to tackle biodiversity loss alone due to the global economic system’s misaligned incentives.

The event will include a presentation on the need for a Global Roadmap for a Nature-Positive Economy, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q&A.


Speakers and moderator

Dr. Rhian-Mari Thomas (Moderator) – Chief Executive, Green Finance Institute
Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin –  UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; UN Climate Change High-Level Champion, COP27
Dr. Mathilde Mesnard  – Deputy Director of the Environment Directorate, OECD​Dr. Adonai Herrera-Martinez  – Director, Environment and Sustainability, EBRD​
José Pugas  – Partner and Head of Responsible Investments and Engagement, JGP Asset Management​
Karen Ellis – Chief Economist, WWF-UK

11:45-12:00 Registration

12:00-13:15 Presentation on the need for a Global Roadmap for a Nature-Positive Economy and panel discussion

13:15-14:00 Lunch

Please note, this is an invite-only event. To request an invite to the event, please contact​.

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