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Debt-For-Nature Swaps: Everything Old Is Blue Again

Debt-For-Nature Swaps - Everything Old Is Blue Again

In 1987, The New York Times reported that the first debt-for-nature swap (DNS) was motivated by a concurrent “global debt and environmental crisis.”1 Unfortunately, that description still rings true 34 years later—many of the same countries struggling with debt sustainability in 2021 also remain highly vulnerable to climate change.

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