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Biodiversity – Assessing the Financial Links to Natural Capital | Virtual Debate


Wednesday, April 6

7:00-8:30 EDT/ 13:00-14:30 CEST


Hosted on Zoom.


Julie LaBelle, jlabelle@gbsn.org

Some of the world’s biggest investors have been linked to deforestation of crucial habitats like the Amazon Rainforest. Efforts to tackle deforestation that supports sustainable and economic development and the global transition towards sustainable production are just a few ways financial institutions can focus on sustained engagement. Hosted by the GBSN for Sustainable Finance & ESG Investing Impact Community.

Join the GBSN for Sustainable Finance & ESG Investing Impact Community as we convene dueling perspectives on the financial implications associated with nature and the preservation of biodiversity focusing on the Amazon biome and other ecosystems. Hear from leading academic perspectives as we dive deeper into the risk associated with nature and the preservation of biodiversity.

Date & Time

Thursday, 6 April

  • Singapore: 7:00PM
  • Beijing: 7:00PM
  • Sao Paolo: 8:00AM
  • Washington DC: 7:00AM
  • Lagos: 12:00PM
  • Cape Town: 1:00PM
  • Dubai: 3:00PM
  • Mumbai: 4:30PM


  • Viviane Torinelli

    Co-Founder Brazilian Alliance of Sustainable Finance and Investments (BRASFI)
    Guest Professor FDC for Sustainable Finance and Investment


  • Marcello Brito

    Ex-President, Brazilian Agribusiness Association (ABAG) and Co-Facilitator at the Brazilian Coalition on Climate, Forest and Agriculture
    Brazilian Agribusiness Association (ABAG)
  • Danielle Carreira

    Head of Finance Sector Engagement
    Tropical Forest Alliance at World Economic Forum
    United Kingdom
  • Dr. Vian Sharif

    Group Head of Sustainability
    FNZ Group
    United Kingdom


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