Credit Suisse and the McKinsey Center for Business and Environment have just published a new report that offers a "toolkit" to help increase institutional investments in the conservation sector:
"Sustainable farmland, healthy forests, clean water, and abundant habitat stand to become more valuable as the global population climbs to nine billion by 2050. Already, pioneering investors have put together financial solutions that combine real assets, such as tropical forests, with cash flows from operations in fields such as sustainable timber, agriculture and ecotourism. Conservation finance, as this field is known, represents an undeveloped, but emerging private sector investment opportunity of major proportion."
To read the full report, click here.