G7 Alliance on Nature Positive Economies (G7ANPE)

G7 Alliance on Nature Positive Economies (G7ANPE)

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  • In the G7 2030 Nature Compact, an annex to the communiqué at the G7 Summit in 2021, a commitment was made to a global mission to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 and to become “Nature Positive”. Promoting investments in nature and nature-positive economies was manifested as one of its pillars.
  • Realizing Nature Positive Economies requires a transition to an economy and society where nature is mainstreamed and its diverse values are incorporated and enhanced.
  • To this end, “the G7 Alliance on Nature Positive Economies (G7ANPE)” was established at G7 Sapporo, as a forum to share knowledge and create information networks on the nature positive economy.


  • Share good practices of nature-positive technologies, business models, etc.
  • Share and disseminate the opinions of national governments on the elements and issues that should be covered by information disclosure
  • After 2024, the G7 Presidency will decide the theme and implement the project.

Join the G7ANPE

In order to make this Alliance an effective and wide-ranging activity, we are inviting a wide range of participants to the G7ANPE Alliance from a diverse range of organization, including businesses, economic organizations, local governments, NPOs, NGOs, expert groups, international and regional organizations, and countries other than the G7.

Current Members of G7ANPE

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Participation Requirements

  • Conducting activities that take connections between biodiversity and the economy into consideration, or having the intention to do so. 
  • Agree with the purpose of G7ANPE as specified in the references and contribute to its activities, including various events, information sharing, information dissemination, etc. to the extent possible.  
  • Identify “Biodiversity Consideration Activities” including evaluation, target set, past activities, and commitments as participants would like to.
  • Identify the person (s)/department(s) in charge and the person in charge of contact
  • After registration, the applicant must agree to publish the name of the business or organization on the G7ANPE related website.   

Contact points

 To all applicants,
Please fill out the application format and send it by e-mail to Japan CONTACT POINT below with the title "Application for G7ANPE" .
Office for Mainstreaming Biodiversity, Biodiversity Policy Division, Nature Conservation Bureau, Ministry of Environment, Japan
[E-mail] shizen-suishin@env.go.jp (PIC: Mr. Yuki Hattori )

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