We are recruiting a Communications Specialist plus two roles focusing on our work with Supply Chains – a Consultant and a Senior Principal Consultant – they are all new roles and an opportunity to make your mark!
We’re looking for a creative Communications Specialist to energise how we tell our story of business and biodiversity.
Find out more in the
Communications Specialist job description. Deadline is 25 February.
Consultant and Senior Principal Consultant – Supply Chains
We are seeking a Consultant and Senior Principal Consultant to focus on our work with supply chain clients. We are looking for individuals who are comfortable combining data science, biodiversity expertise, and business acumen to deliver results at scale.
Full application details are in the
Consultant and Senior Principal Consultant job descriptions. Deadline for applications is 4 March.
Watch this space – we’ll shortly be recruiting for a part-time
HR Manager too. Measuring biodiversity – how to choose the right metric
Biodiversity is complex, so measuring the impact you are having on it can be tough. Yet as we start the Biodiversity Super Year, it’s becoming increasingly urgent that we can measure our impacts and set targets for biodiversity. The inherent toughness and urgency of this challenge has fuelled a plethora of metrics to help measure different aspects of biodiversity. Which one should a company/government/NGO choose?
The answer to this globally may lie in Kunming, China, at the Congress of Parties of the Convention of Biological Diversity in October this year. In the meantime, The Biodiversity Consultancy has developed and published guidelines on the
Biodiversity Extent Condition and Significance (BECS) framework, which underpins many biodiversity metrics relevant to business. BECS makes it easy to choose a metric that balances validity, feasibility and completeness for a particular scenario.
latest report to understand the many advantages of the BECS approach.