On September 23, 2019, the United Nations hosted the Climate Action Summit, stating that climate change is “the defining issue of our time,” and prioritizing “transformative actions in the real economy” with high potential to make a difference. (www.un.org/en/climatechange/un-climate-summit-2019)
Three of the six actions outlined can make a dramatic difference for individual landowners interested in social impact investment:
The natural resources of farmland, fields and forests offer revenue-generating opportunities for landowners who take steps towards implementing these actions. Conservation Economics (www.conservationeconomics.com) has the expertise to help landowners tailor sustainable futures for their properties that combine financial with energy and natural resource management. Some examples include:
Taken together, these actions can enable landowners to protect their financial and natural heritage for future generations while contributing to the effort to protect the future of our environment for all generations.
Conservation Economics finds ways to make your land work for you. Contact us at: 484.318.1129.