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    Business and Biodiversity

    Nature is everybody's business. IUCN aims to transform the way business values, manages and invests in nature, highlighting the opportunities and benefits of a more sustainable approach.

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    Business and government engagements
    are key for nature

     

    Business engagement

    CHF 51M

    value of IUCN projects with a business engagement component

    Government engagement

    100+

    countries that have adopted or are developing biodiversity compensation or offset policies

    Sustainable investment

     34 %

    increase in global sustainable investment between 2016-2018


    How we engage

    In order to transform the way business values, manages and invests in nature, IUCN engages companies and key sectors to identify their impacts on biodiversity and create innovative solutions to address this challenge.


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    IUCN-BMM partnership focuses on no net loss Photo: IUCN-Rachel Asante-Owusu

    Black Mountain Mining

    The IUCN-Black Mountain Mining (BMM) partnership is focused on assisting the company to meet its no net loss target for biodiversity within Gamsberg Zinc Mine operations. The Gamsberg Mine is located in Aggeneys in the Northern Cape, South Africa, and in the Succulent Karoo, a fragile and...
    Mangroves are natural capital. Photo: IUCN-Imene Meliana

    Business and Natural Capital

    IUCN is a founding member of the Natural Capital Coalition, which has created a Natural Capital Protocol – a framework designed to help business identify, measure and value their impacts on natural capital.

     

    Business operating in KBAs Photo: A.J. Prlumptre-WCS

    Business and Key Biodiversity Areas

    On behalf of the Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) Partners, IUCN has released new guidelines for businesses operating in KBAs. The development of these guidelines was made possible with the generous support of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation.

     

    Quick reads

    Aimed at policy-makers and journalists, IUCN Issues Briefs provide key information on selected issues in a two-pager format.

    Thumbnail_Deep-sea mining Photo: IUCN

    Deep-sea mining

    Deep-sea mining is the process of retrieving mineral deposits from the deep sea – the area of the ocean below 200 m which covers about 65% of the Earth’s surface.  There is growing interest...
    Issues brief -  Palm oil and biodiversity Photo: IUCN

    Palm oil and biodiversity

    Palm oil is derived from the oil palm tree (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.), which is native to West Africa and grows best in tropical climates with abundant water. Three-quarters of total palm oil produced...
    thumbnail_Marine plastics issues brief Photo: IUCN

    Marine plastics

    Plastic is a synthetic organic polymer made from petroleum with properties ideally suited for a wide variety of applications, including packaging, building and construction, household and sports...
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