Integrating nature into business and policy decision-making for our sustainable future
Thinking about your next career move? We are looking for talented professionals, passionate about business and biodiversity, to join a team with a drive to make a nature-positive change to the world.
We are seeking an exceptional French-speaking Senior Principal Consultant and Principal Consultant with experience of working with biodiversity issues in a business context.
If the opportunity to take a leadership role in providing support to our clients as they seek to understand nature risks and design and implement good-practice mitigation sounds interesting, we would love to hear from you.
Head over to our vacancies page for full details on the roles and how to apply.
Building back better, a great reset, or a green recovery. However you phrase it, the message is clear. We cannot ignore the urgent need to do business differently.
We know the aim – to live and operate within our planetary boundaries – and we cannot change that. What we can change is the relationship business has with nature and make the protection and restoration of nature a key part of decision-making processes. Sustainability and nature resilience are no longer optional.
The link between a healthy planet and a thriving society has become even clearer and many businesses are ready to act.
Although key international meetings and decisions on global goals have been rescheduled due to COVID-19, here we lay out steps businesses can already take to start integrating nature into business and value chain operations.
Biodiversity is a central pillar of business sustainability
To help businesses understand where biodiversity risks and opportunities are found, we’ve designed our online training modules to provide the essential guidance, knowledge and tools to identify impacts at a project-level or across value chains and to build corporate strategies that enable good biodiversity management practice.
The world has woken up in the past 18 months to a Nature Crisis as large as the Climate Emergency. We explore why nature is on trend in 2020 and what the apparel sector can do to make their mark. Our first Insight piece looks at the exciting new movement in industry to get a handle on supply chains and their impact on the natural environment.