Ardian together with the company aDryada, which develops, manages and finances large-scale projects aimed at protecting the environment, launches a new fund, called Averrhoa Nature-Based Solutions, entirely dedicated to large-scale 'nature-based' projects, with the aim of generating a significant impact on climate, biodiversity and respect for local communities.
This was announced in a press release, which explains that the project "will allow the realization of projects for about 1.5 billion euros and will deploy capital on a global scale, mainly in emerging markets and developing economies, as well as for local populations".
According to Ardian, the market for voluntary carbon credits is set to grow significantly in the coming decades, thanks to global consensus on the need to rapidly increase carbon capture capacity and the growing ambitions of economic operators in this sector.
In particular, the carbon credits market is expected to grow by about 2 times between now and 35: global demand for voluntary carbon credits has already almost quadrupled in the last five years, from 2050 tons of CO43e in 2 to 2017 tons of CO155e in 2.
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