Welcome to the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures
Developing and delivering a risk management and disclosure framework for organisations to report and act on evolving nature-related risks
Introducing the TNFD framework
Nature loss poses a major risk to businesses, while moving to nature-positive investments offers opportunity. The market-led, science-based TNFD framework will enable companies and financial institutions to integrate nature into decision making.
Continue to explore V0.4 of the TNFD beta frameworkExplore the Framework
Feedback on the TNFD beta framework has now closed
Thank you to everyone who has contributed feedback to the TNFD over the past 18 months.
Our feedback process has now closed in the lead up to the publication of our recommendations in September this year.
We will review all feedback received before our recommendations are published.
Public Comment Letter library
The TNFD Knowledge Bank
A curated collection of the latest resources and market insights on nature-related risks and opportunities
Explore the Knowledge Bank to grow your understanding of why and how to integrate nature into decision making.
Explore the knowledge bank
TNFD releases fourth and final beta framework
TNFD releases the full and final draft of the beta framework (v0.4).
Foreword by David Craig introduces Environmental Finance’s Biodiversity Insight 2023
Environmental Finance’s Biodiversity Insight 2023 special report includes an op-ed from David Craig, TNFD Co-chair.
Strategic support and market engagement
The TNFD expands its strategic support and market engagement.
TNFD is market-led, science-backed and government-supported
Join the TNFD Forum
The TNFD Forum is a global gathering of institutions from across sectors who are aligned with the mission and principles of the TNFD, wish to learn more about nature-related risk management and disclosure trends and developments together as a community, and are willing to make themselves available to support the work of the Taskforce.
Membership is open to a broad range of institutional types including companies, financial institutions, public sector institutions including regulators, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds, academic and research organisations, business associations, inter-governmental organisations, as well as conservation and civil society organisations.Apply to join the TNFD Forum