International Day of Forests: tools for scaling impact

This update comes to you in the week of the International Day of Forests, in a year that has seen renewed focus placed on the world’s tropical forests and global commitments to protect and restore them.

P4F has worked for the last seven years in pursuits of this global effort – and we are proud to have reached some major milestones. By the end of 2022, we had brought more than 4 million hectares of critical landscapes under sustainable management, secured private sector investments into forests totalling over £900 million, and directly supported over 250,000 people through our work.

This year, we’re working to leverage even greater private finance for nature-based solutions and support people with the tools to protect and restore tropical forest landscapes.

This month’s newsletter features some of the tools we’ve developed to support this work, including the new Funds for Nature database, a collaboration with the Blended Finance taskforce, aimed at simplifying the search for investors in nature-based business, plus our recently launched Landscape Approaches report, providing commodity producers in agricultural value chains insights on the different approaches they can take to achieve landscape-level sustainability.

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