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UBP joins forces with conservation experts to launch biodiversity restoration strategy

Recognising the challenges of investing in biodiversity restoration, UBP has partnered with Peace Parks Foundation and planned a collaboration with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, both conservation actors, to launch a biodiversity restoration strategy.

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One family office’s approach to conservation finance in Africa

Kathaka is a single-family office deploying capital and strategic resources into investment and philanthropic endeavours, but Caroline Rupert, its founder and chairwoman, says the name has a deeper meaning—Kathaka in Sanskrit means, ‘One...

Herding 4 Health – People, livestock and conservation

Livestock herding and wildlife conservation are often seen as anathema to each other. A combined Peace Parks and Conservation International initiative called Herding 4 Health (H4H) is changing these perceptions while improving livestock...

UBP partners with conservation experts to launch biodiversity restoration fund

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has launched the UBAM – Biodiversity Restoration fund in collaboration with two biodiversity partners, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) and the Peace Parks Foundation. The Biodiversity Restoration fund will...

UBP sheds light on the biodiversity-investment nexus

As part of Building Bridges Week – the agenda-setting event on sustainable finance taking place in Geneva from 29 November to 2 December 2021 – UBP hosted an interactive panel discussion on biodiversity...

Assessing wildlife trade on e-commerce sites in China, with a focus on mammoth ivory

The Wildlife Justice Commission has conducted with the support of Peace Parks Foundation targeted research to assess the levels of illegal wildlife trade on Chinese e-commerce platforms.

Govt hails Vwaza Wildlife Reserve fence project

Director of Parks and Wildlife Brighton Kumchedwa has commended efforts to construct a 70-kilometre electric fence around Vwaza Wildlife Reserve in Mzimba, saying it will reduce conflict between animals and people.

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