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Private Capital for Working Lands Conservation
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Report/Policy papers
2017
Abstract: 

The market development framework outlines the way in which conservation finance markets materialize and mature. It is intended to serve as a road map and decision sup- port tool for conservation investors, public agents, foundation professionals, and envi- ronmental practitioners alike. The framework helps market participants set realistic goals, expectations, and timeframes for deliverables and objectives.

This report translates practitioner insight into a framework and common language to help speed solutions to market development. It is intended to help determine wheth- er a conservation finance strategy can be supported by mainstream capital markets or whether a particular approach may remain niche and perhaps always require some public or philanthropic support.

This report aims to socialize and expand the body of knowledge on market development. The application of this knowledge is essential to increasing efficiencies and scaling up investment across the field. 

Document language: 
English
Authors: 
Leigh Whelpton, Andrea Ferri
Organization producing the document: 
Conservation Finance Network
Thematic area: 
Biodiversity Finance

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