Impact investment in marine conservation

@inproceedings{Pascal2018ImpactII,
  title={Impact investment in marine conservation},
  author={N. Pascal and Angelique Brathwaite and A. Bladon and J. Claudet and Eric Clua},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are promising examples of Nature-Based Solutions that can protect diversity while delivering ecosystem services. However insufficient funding for effective management and expansion of MPAs remains a challenge and one that particularly affects developing countries. During the last ten years, a community of investors seeking positive social and environmental impacts alongside financial returns, have stepped in to help fill this marine conservation financing… Expand

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