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.
V0.3 of the TNFD beta framework is now out for market consultation
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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.
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Rebalance Earth – Natural Capital Conference
At this one-day conference in London, David Craig, TNFD Co-chair, will be delivering a keynote address: ‘How are corporations today engaging with natural capital?’ Emily McKenzie, Technical Director, will also be participating in a panel, ‘Frameworks for reporting and measuring natural capital’. The day’s agenda includes sessions looking at nature, biodiversity loss, business action and nature-related reporting.
SPI Symposium 2023
TNFD Co-chair David Craig will be speaking at OMFIF’s SPI Symposium 2023, a hybrid event taking place 22-23 March in London. He will take part in a fireside chat on ‘Nature-related risk and driving nature-positive finance’ alongside Sylvie Goulard, Deputy Governor, Banque de France.
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 expands capabilities with new Taskforce members, Knowledge and Funding Partners
The Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) expands capabilities with new Taskforce members, Knowledge and Funding Partners.
TNFD is market-led, science-backed and government-supported
Join the TNFD Forum
The TNFD Forum is a global gathering of 700 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