Accelerating Public-Private

Partnerships, Innovations and Investments for Nature

In 2022, the World Biodiversity Summit will focus on bridging climate and biodiversity by highlighting bold leadership and investments, creating synergies and sharing best strategies for action.

The programme for the three-part Summit will integrate the following topics within key industries impacting biodiversity such as Agriculture, Forestry, Water, Cities and Energy: 

  • Public-Private Partnerships Through the Use of Ambition Loops

  • New Global Biodiversity Framework

  • Circular Economy for Biodiversity

  • Financial Flows for Regenerative and Nature-Based Solutions

  • Investing in Natural Capital 

  • Building Resilient Food Systems


World Biodiversity Summit 2022 Programme

A more detailed programme will be shared prior to the event.

Closing keynote / Closing remarks



How can technology reverse the biodiversity crisis?

Panel Session 2



Catalysing Nature Markets - Overcoming Barriers & Accelerating Investment Opportunities 

Panel Session 1



New Global Biodiversity Framework - Cross-Sector Collaboration Taking Commitments to Action

Lunch/Networking Break 



Opening Keynotes

21 September 2022

Mitigating Climate Change by Protecting Nature: Forests, Agriculture & Water Systems

High-Level Welcome & Announcements




Finance & Investments in Nature

Natural Capital as a new Asset Class

Regenerative Agriculture & Ecosystems

Resilient Food Systems & Food Security

Sustainable Forestry & Restorative Land Management

Circular Economy

The Blue Economy

The engaging format combines insightful keynotes, panel discussions, fireside chats and interactive networking sessions with a focus on defining opportunities and commitments for supporting biodiversity through business, investment and cross-sector collaboration.

World Biodiversity Summit’s programme agenda is designed to help transform visions into resilient partnerships and concrete solutions to showcase innovative technologies and attract investment in these areas.