Investment Readiness Toolkit/Farming Toolkit

The Green Finance Institute has developed two toolkits:

(1) an Investment Readiness Project Toolkit, a new online platform to guide nature project developers – including farmers, estate owners, charities, local authorities and project aggregators to investment readiness. It sets out eight critical milestones each with sets of considerations and case studies to help bridge the gap between project developers and investors or lenders, mobilising private finance into the restoration of nature and nature-based solutions.

(2) A version of this toolkit specifically to equip UK farming communities with an understanding of nature markets, such as Carbon Credits, Biodiversity Net Gain and Nutrient Neutrality, and support them with their eligibility for NEIRF funding. With this information, farmers will be able to assess if nature markets are right for them.

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Case Studies

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Casestudies

Battery Investment Facility

The UK’s automotive sector is critical to the UK the economy ,turning over £79 billion a year and directly employing c. 800,000 across...

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Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)

The Green Finance Institute co-chaired the TNFD Informal Working Group and as well the launch of the TNFD

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The Green Finance Fund

The Green Finance Fund was one of the recommendations from the Green Finance Institute (GFI) report Mobilising Capital at Scale for Net-Zero Projects.

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UK Green Taxonomy

The Green Technical Advisory Group (GTAG) provides independent, non-binding advice to Government on the design and implementation of a UK Green Taxonomy.

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Utilisation Linked Finance

A successful UK-first pilot project in Orkney, Scotland, has demonstrated how deploying public finance catalytically could unlock billions of pounds worth of private capital...