FROM TARONGA VENTURES
Nature: The Next Frontier for Real Asset Technology
How can asset owners, operators, and investors implement a nature-positive strategy? The advancements in real asset technology are making it easier to support nature and biodiversity.
In this report, explore the risks, opportunities, and key considerations of biodiversity in the real estate and infrastructure industry. Plus, discover how Alvéole supported Ivanhoé Cambridge and CBRE to implement biodiversity initiatives.
A peek inside the report
How global regulation is driving nature-based decision making
Regulations are evolving to include nature-related financial risks and business impacts on biodiversity. Frameworks like TNFD (Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosure) are anticipated to become global standards, similar to climate-related risk disclosure.
Strategies to implement biodiversity across real assets
Strategies to integrate biodiversity into real assets involve assessments, restoration, and protection of biodiversity. Green building certifications are increasingly considering biodiversity restoration efforts for credits.
Risks, opportunities, and key considerations of biodiversity in real estate
Risks and opportunities associated with biodiversity parallel those of climate change. Developing a nature-positive strategy involves demonstrating positive outcomes, organizational buy-in, integrated considerations, and measurable outcomes aligned with societal goals.
The value of nature for cities
Nature and biodiversity offer numerous benefits to cities, buildings, and people, ranging from climate and environmental impacts to health, wellbeing, and economic value.
Case studies: Ivanhoé Cambridge & CBRE
Ivanhoé Cambridge and CBRE have both partnered with Alvéole to implement nature-based solutions on their properties. The results? Improved tenant engagement, tenant wellness, and increased environmental awareness.