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Restoring Ecosystems Through Invasive Species Control

Sponsored by Ontario Power Generation
Featuring Bruce Power, California Resources Corporation, Constellation, DuPont, ExxonMobil, Fidelity Investments, Freeport-McMoRan, General Motors, ITC Holdings and WM.

WHC Awards

2023 WHC Awards Finalists Announced


Amplify | The Role of the Enterprise in a Nature Positive World, Part I and II

Guest edited by WHC President, Margaret O'Gorman

NbS Guide

Nature-Based Solutions for Corporate Landowners

By identifying NbS options that are feasible, appropriate, cost-effective and scalable, the private sector can work to build climate-resilient communities while supporting nature.

UN Global Contract

WHC is a member of the UN Global Contract

Read our Communication on Engagement (COE), stating our continued support of the UN Global Compact and its Ten Principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.


Strategic Corporate Conservation Planning

by WHC President Margaret O'Gorman

“Required reading for corporate leadership and the environmental leaders who work with them.”


Business Action on Climate and Nature

WHC and its partners helped to produce a series of case studies for the Business Action on Climate and Nature initiative, including WHC members CEMEX and Solvay.

Every act of conservation matters
Every act of conservation matters.
WHC services and initiatives empower companies to advance biodiversity, sustainability, employee engagement and community relations goals.
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Conservation Conference ’23
June 20-21, Baltimore

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WHC is a proud member of the United Nations Global Compact and Business for Nature.

The WHC Index

Browse the WHC Index, a catalog of current WHC-Certified programs. The improved search tool makes it easier to find and learn about hundreds of corporate conservation activities around the world. Go to the Index.

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