Protecting our "natural capital": The 'Biodiversity in Good Company' Initiative is a cross-sectorial collaboration of companies that have joined forces to protect and sustainably use our worldwide biological diversity. Through this commitment they contribute to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Its aim is to halt the dramatic loss of ecosystems, species and genetic diversity. Read more about the initiative Become a member
What do companies have to do with biodiversity and how should they get involved? "Basic knowledge: companies and biodiversity" is a series of short, cross-industry information modules for companies interested in finding out more on this topic. Read
"Mainstreaming the Topic of Biodiversity in Corporate Sustainability Management – Experience and Recommendations from the ‘Biodiversity in Good Company’ Initiative"read more
UPM Raflatac works with WWF Poland in the Rivers for Life project to improve the well-being of the country’s rivers and to raise awareness on the significance of the rivers to Poland’s nature.read more
More than 450 proposals from 21 countries were submitted - who are the winners in this biodiversity award?read more
GIZ developed the Corporate Sustainability Handprint® (CSH) to enable projects and offices to do their work sustainably with a sharp focus on the future. Now the first report has been published.read more
The 2016 Business and Biodiversity Forum will take place in parallel to the Ministerial High Level Segment of the 13th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP13-CBD) of the United Nations. Members of 'Biodiversity in Good Company" will be there.
Symrise AG has joined the 'Biodiversity in Good Company' Initiative and signed the Leadership Declaration. The fragrance and flavor manufacturer and 'Biodiversity in Good Company' made this announcement at the dialogue forum “Enterprise Biological Diversity 2020” in Berlin on 23 March 2017.
Good practice at a glance: Our member Aleph, a Japanese restaurant chain, has prepared an activity summary for the world biodiversity conference CBD COP 13 in Mexico.read more
The baby food manufacturer's comprehensive approach convinced the jury.read more
Join now! In the run-up to CBD-COP 13 CBD Executive Secretary Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias calls upon businesses worldwide to sign a two-page"Business and Biodiversity Pledge". read more
Please note the English and Japanese website provide some basic information on the initiative. The German website is more comprehensive.
»Doing business in line with nature means above all to preserve our natural sources of life. One substantial aspect hereby is the protection and preservation of biodiversity to which we are dedicated with various activities.«
International research team headed by the UFZ publishes study on the limits of available monitoring data for capturing the full impact of anthropogenic pressures
What makes offset programmes environmentally effective, economically efficient, and distributionally equitable? The report examines the key design and implementation features that need to be considered.
On 27 October 2016, WWF released the "Living Planet Report 2016: Risk and resilience in a new era". The 2016 report claims to be an essential assessment of the state of the planet and demonstrates the high amount of evidence showing the earth system is under increasing threat.
Overexploitation and agriculture by far the biggest drivers of biodiversity loss, says a recent study in Nature.
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