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Good morning, this is Kasmira writing to you from Building Bridges, the sustainable finance conference in Geneva which is decidedly more packed than last year after securing some star attractions, namely the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures, which just unveiled its final recommendations – although not without criticism of more “corporate greenwashing”.

Meanwhile, at the WTO the number of unresolved disputes are piling up and, over at the ICRC, its team in Nagorno-Karabakh reports of "surreal scenes" on the ground.

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Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, co-head of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TFND) and executive director of the UN Environment Programme at Building Bridges Monday, 2 october 2022.

🐨 Elizabeth Mrema: companies shouldn't wait for nature impact disclosures to become mandatory Speaking at the Building Bridges summit, the co-chair of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures says new nature risk reporting rules need the support of more than a “few progressive companies” to reverse the dramatic decline in biodiversity.

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