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Should we put a price on nature?

Should we put a price on nature?

Instinctively, we know it’s absurd that drinkable water and breathable air are worth less than paper. And yet, in the eyes of our economy, it is.
Bronte McHenry
May 14, 2024
March 11, 2024
9
min read
Agroforestry explained

Agroforestry explained

In an agroforestry system, a wide range of trees and shrubs are strategically integrated to boost resilience and biodiversity. 
Bronte McHenry
November 22, 2023
November 22, 2023
2
min read
Giving a dam about beavers

Giving a dam about beavers

Beavers are one of the most influential and critical ecosystem engineers on Earth.
Bronte McHenry
November 5, 2023
November 5, 2023
6
min read
Ecosystem engineer explained

Ecosystem engineer explained

An ecosystem engineer is a species that creates, modifies, maintains or destroys an ecosystem.
Bronte McHenry
November 6, 2023
October 30, 2023
2
min read
Understanding biodiversity's data problem

Understanding biodiversity's data problem

A successful, widespread TNFD rollout is dependent on us overcoming massive biodiversity data gaps.
Bronte McHenry
September 25, 2023
September 25, 2023
7
min read
Four reasons the TNFD matters

Four reasons the TNFD matters

“The TNFD translates an awareness that we’re impacting nature into steps for action.”
Bronte McHenry
November 6, 2023
September 25, 2023
12
min read

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Your TNFD cheat sheet

Your TNFD cheat sheet

If you’re curious or confused about the new TNFD framework, this cheat sheet will get you up to speed.
Bronte McHenry
September 25, 2023
September 19, 2023
5
min read
Tropical forests are far more than tall trees

Tropical forests are far more than tall trees

Tropical forests provide us with a swathe of life-sustaining ecosystem services.
Bronte McHenry
September 19, 2023
August 9, 2023
4
min read
How agroforestry can keep tropical forests standing

How agroforestry can keep tropical forests standing

The only way to keep tropical forests standing is to make it economically advantageous.
Bronte McHenry
August 9, 2023
August 8, 2023
4
min read
To'ak, TMA and local Ecuadorian farmers are using cacao to reverse deforestation 

To'ak, TMA and local Ecuadorian farmers are using cacao to reverse deforestation 

“The critical factor that convinces local farmers to reforest their land is the premium prices they will be paid by To’ak for their cacao.”
Bronte McHenry
September 1, 2023
August 7, 2023
6
min read
Three ways technology is being used to fight deforestation

Three ways technology is being used to fight deforestation

In the fight against escalating biodiversity destruction, technology promises to level the playing field.
Bronte McHenry
August 9, 2023
August 7, 2023
4
min read
Ecosystem services explained

Ecosystem services explained

Ecosystem services are the variety of benefits nature provides that underpin and support our global economy and ways of life.
Bronte McHenry
July 24, 2023
July 24, 2023
2
min read
Systems thinking explained

Systems thinking explained

Systems thinking is a way of accounting for the world’s complexity and interconnectedness when tackling massive problems.
Bronte McHenry
July 24, 2023
July 24, 2023
2
min read
Why aren't more people talking about the biodiversity crisis?

Why aren't more people talking about the biodiversity crisis?

Why does the climate crisis get the majority of funding, attention and publicity?
Bronte McHenry
August 9, 2023
July 24, 2023
5
min read
Meet the world’s first Bird-Friendly Cacao farm

Meet the world’s first Bird-Friendly Cacao farm

Venture into the Dominican Republic’s northern mountain range, and you’ll find a bird reserve that’s fine-tuning a new recipe for the cacao industry. 
Bronte McHenry
June 18, 2023
May 20, 2023
4
min read
Craft chocolate and cacao farmers are curbing biodiversity loss

Craft chocolate and cacao farmers are curbing biodiversity loss

There’s a market that’s willing to pay more for chocolate that’s had a positive impact on nature.
Bronte McHenry
July 6, 2023
May 19, 2023
6
min read
Why Wedgetail is so coo-coo for cacao

Why Wedgetail is so coo-coo for cacao

Greg co-hosts a chocolate-themed Youtube channel, Cam arrives armed with sustainable chocolate samples and Lisa drops cacao facts like a rapper spits rhymes.
Bronte McHenry
August 9, 2023
May 18, 2023
4
min read
Biodiversity loss explained

Biodiversity loss explained

Biodiversity loss is an immediate and critical threat to the survival, health, happiness and prosperity of humankind. 
Bronte McHenry
July 24, 2023
May 10, 2023
2
min read
Nature-positive explained

Nature-positive explained

We are currently living in a nature-negative world, where we destroy nature faster than it can replenish itself. 
Bronte McHenry
July 24, 2023
May 8, 2023
2
min read
How Wedgetail is tackling the biodiversity crisis

How Wedgetail is tackling the biodiversity crisis

Restoring nature at the scale needed will require the transformation of our economic systems.
Lisa Miller
August 20, 2023
October 31, 2022
5
min read
Understanding the Living Planet Report 2022 is the first step toward collective action

Understanding the Living Planet Report 2022 is the first step toward collective action

To start solving a problem, you first need to understand it.
Lisa Miller
August 20, 2023
October 30, 2022
5
min read