EXPLORING GEOSPATIAL APPROACHES TO GAIN IMPROVED ‘BIODIVERSITY’ INSIGHT FOR FINANCIAL SECTOR APPLICATIONS AND THE PRESSING NEED TO CATALYZE EFFORTS
6 December 2022
The contents employed in this conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of publication and the presentation of material therein do not imply the expression of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction any opinion whatsoever on the part of WWF or any of the authors concerning the of pollution and wasteful consumption. [...] To overcome the current constraints in a feasible manner, we propose the development of an international ‘centre’ to oversee the creation and maintenance of a public goods data commons, best practice, benchmarking, etc., to enable the flow and integration of data across the diverse range of stakeholders from satellite to spreadsheet. [...] • Action – The government/s which take the initiative on the establishment of such a centre or federated model will place themselves at the heart of the next revolution: the inclusion, via the full weight of the SRS sector’s power, of environmental and climate externalities into the financial system. [...] Each forest, each ecosystem, is of the status of the original ecosystem and the species present, its own design, and consequently, responses will vary, even and then unpick the consequences of the impact. [...] WWF / MAXAR / THE BIODIVERSITY DATA PUZZLE 31 CONSIDERING THE CURRENT DATA LANDSCAPE While of course the ‘biodiversity’ space does not use national inventories or transition performance and has a wider range of standalone data tools outside of the mainstream ESG space – the major flow of A useful starting point from which to consider the biodiversity data puzzle is to look at the current ESG data.