Renewable energy is key for the transition to a low-carbon future, but even clean energy sources can have significant unintended impacts on the environment if not managed and mitigated appropriately.
From automation to traceability and remote sensing to eDNA sampling, technology use for conservation holds the promise to help businesses better understand baseline values, and predict, mitigate and...
Environmental DNA (eDNA) as a tool for biodiversity surveys is a relatively new, but rapidly developing field. In this briefing note we look at the current state of eDNA approaches.
Those in the business and biodiversity world will not have failed to notice a new phrase appear on the scene in recent months. A phrase that seems to signal a shift in nature’s place on the business sustainability agenda — broadening the ‘E’ in ESG.
All three species of orangutan are listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. This Industry Briefing Note outlines essential good practice for considering orangutans on your project, especially when alignment with PS6 is required.
A peer-reviewed paper proposing a framework to support the development of biodiversity indicators for a range of business contexts, offering a pathway for businesses to assess their biodiversity performance.
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. Here we lay out steps businesses can take to start integrating...
An assessment of how biodiversity offsets can be applied in the marine environment to achieve better outcomes and a discussion on the opportunities and challenges for marine conservation policy and practice.
The loss of biodiversity and, subsequently ecosystem services, is an ongoing global problem, resulting in increased public and political scrutiny for industry. TBC's concise briefing note use case studies and industry insight to...