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Demystifying corporate nature commitments

Dr Hollie Booth explains why ‘Nature Positive’ commitment is different from ‘No Net Loss’ or ‘Net Gain’ and outlines the ambition levels companies can adopt to contribute to a Nature Positive future.

Four ways biodiversity credits can support your nature strategy - and one they probably can't

The conversation about biodiversity credits got started just over a year ago at the Fifteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD COP15) in Montreal. The discourse on panels, in...

Lion looks at camera on tree

A recent study proposes a set of principles for making sure that business biodiversity strategies are based on evidence and likely to deliver positive biodiversity outcomes.

Ricardo Tome presenting at lectern

Principal Consultant Ricardo Tomé presented at the Vulture Conservation Foundation’s International Conference: Best practices for mitigating electrocution and collision risk. Cagliari, Sardinia.

Africa Steppe

Consulting the best available knowledge is key to successful conservation decision-making, and yet a new study finds global assessments and studies ‘practically ignore’ non-English-language literature.

Liesl Truscott informal

Liesl Truscott, former Director of Industry Accountability & Insights at Textile Exchange, has joined The Biodiversity Consultancy as Strategic Director, Nature Strategies.

Shift to renewable energy must – and can – protect nature

A report written by The Biodiversity Consultancy and WWF for The Coalition Linking Energy And Nature for action (CLEANaction), reviews the full range of environmental impacts of renewable energy on nature – from sourcing raw materials to decommissioning.

COP15 – where do we go now?

With its goals and targets, the Global Biodiversity Framework has set the direction for business when it comes to biodiversity and nature. But what should businesses focus on, and where can they start?

Figure showing change in commitment over time

This study explores trends in the biodiversity commitments of Global Fortune 100 companies and firms which have made recent ‘net impact’ commitments. It reviews challenges to overcome in delivering equitable and positive outcomes and summarizes the key elements required for businesses to achieve nature-positive alignment.