How Does Biodiversity Investing Measure Up?

Supported by Impax Asset Management

The recent news that the monarch butterfly is now an endangered species underscores the importance of biodiversity – and the dire threats that face many of the planet’s ecosystems.

That’s why a growing number of institutional investors are looking to use their investment portfolios to support the protection and restoration of biodiversity. It’s a broad and ill-defined area of investing, but proponents say that biodiversity investing is just as vital to life on Earth as is investing to fight climate change.

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