TBC’s paper presented at SPE’s international conference and exhibition in April 2016 explored how understanding and engaging biodiversity and ecosystem services stakeholders is key to managing biodiversity risk. To request a copy of this paper contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Biodiversity and ecosystem fundamentals informs BES strategy development and decision making at the corporate level and at the key stages of an asset life cycle for any type of operation or environmental context.
Outlines how the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is currently used by business and how that use could be strengthened
Practical guidance, innovative approaches and examples to support operationalising the mitigation hierarchy effectively. CSBI’s guide prepared by TBC was written with input from technical specialists in impact assessment, extractive industry experts and financial institutions, with feedback and input from the non-profit sector.
A commentary on the opportunities offered by biodiversity offsets, discussing the challenges of restoration offsets. To request a copy of this paper please contact email@example.com
Drawing on experience from other sectors, this IUCN report explores how agriculture and forestry projects can take practical steps to achieve NNL or NPI on biodiversity.
A peer-reviewed paper that describes compilation of the first global map of likely or potential Critical Habitat for the marine realm.
Our report for the Australian Government explores how to approach marine offsets for the Great Barrier Reef.
An evaluation of a project in Myanmar where payments from three gas pipeline operators have led to the creation and on-going management of a protected area.
A review of progress made amongst ICMM members in managing their biodiversity performance between 2003-2013
A summary of conclusions from the IUCN Technical Study Group on Biodiversity Offsets, to inform development of an IUCN policy on offsets
A basic introduction to technical issues related to offsets, developed as an input paper to inform the IUCN Technical Study Group on Biodiversity Offsets.