Nature Tech Hub

The nature tech market plays a crucial role in advancing nature-based solutions (NbS) by developing and implementing tools, automating processes, and providing accurate data to support projects and on-the-ground initiatives, thus facilitating market growth


What is nature tech and why is it important?

Nature tech addresses the interrelated challenges of climate change and nature loss, helping accelerate the implementation of nature-based solutions at scale to support global climate, nature, and sustainability goals. This is how.

The State of Nature Tech with Lucy Almond

Lucy Almond looks into the market’s size, investment stages and emerging trends and answers burning questions: Can nature tech support the rising need for value chain transparency and monitoring brought about by the incoming wave of disclosure regulations such as TNFD? Can innovators respond to the needs of local communities and smallholders in the Global South? This session was held at GreenBiz Group’s, Bloom 23.

Nature Positive Hub - Nature tech in action: case studies from the field

The Nature Positive Hub is a collaborative endeavor dedicated to centering nature in the heart of New York Climate Week. Facilitated by the Nature4Climate coalition, it serves as an inclusive space for individuals to convene, learn, exchange ideas, and deliberate on strategies to advance the discourse on Nature Based Solutions (NbS).

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The state of nature tech

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Next events

Nature Tech in Action

New York Climate Week


Bloomberg Philanthropies, Global Fishing Watch, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Innovation, Technology and Partnerships for Targeting Crimes that Affect Ocean-based Climate Resilience

Friday, December 1st, 2023
15:00 - 16:00


Nature Tech Community

“Nature4Climate has played a central role in defining and incubating the nature tech category – which is a critical component for the private sector to better understand their nature-related risks and also to build confidence in nature-positive investment activity.”

Mark Gough
CEO, Capitals Coalition