A Decade of Development Finance for Biodiversity

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The report provides an overview of development finance with biodiversity-related objectives from a wide range of sources: bilateral Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members, non-DAC and South-South and triangular co-operation providers, multilateral institutions, private finance mobilised by development finance, and private philanthropy. The estimates are based on OECD statistical data. The report identifies the main gaps between biodiversity-related priorities and investments, and provides detailed estimates on financial allocations to the fight against illegal wildlife trade; nature-based solutions; indigenous peoples and local communities; the mainstreaming of biodiversity; gender equality; and climate change. These elements can help DAC members and other stakeholders to step up and target their biodiversity-related investments, notably to implement the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework under the Convention on Biological Diversity.


Dimensions of the analysis

Constant prices provide a truer idea of the volume of flows over time and are therefore used in this report. An adjustment has been made to cover both inflation in the donor’s currency between the year in question and the reference year, and (where applicable) changes in the exchange rate between that currency and the United States dollar over the same period.


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