Weather Whiplash: How Extreme Winters Impact Wildlife

Explore how corporate conservation programs can help mitigate the effects of winter weather and support affected species.

New White Paper Explores Community-First Actions that Support the Environment and Meet Community Needs

BETHESDA, MD, January 24, 2023 – WHC (Wildlife Habitat Council) offers a new white paper available for download today, Community-First Environmental Action | A Roadmap to Building Meaningful Corporate-Community Relationships. […]

WHC Publishes New Tool for Businesses to Explore Nature-Based Solutions

BETHESDA, MD, November 16, 2022 – WHC (Wildlife Habitat Council), with the support of Shell USA, has released a tool for corporations to better understand and potentially pursue  nature-based solutions […]

WHC presents 2022 Ibis Award to Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia

BETHESDA, MD, November 14, 2022 – WHC (Wildlife Habitat Council) has announced the winner of the 2022 Ibis Award — Toyota Motor Manufacturing, West Virginia (TMMWV), located in Buffalo, West […]

Ghoulish Garden: Six of the World’s Creepiest Flowers

They may be a little bit creepy, but these flowers are also fascinating examples of biodiversity, resilience and evolutionary change.

New White Paper Examines How Companies Across the Value Chain are Responding to Opportunities for Biodiversity

BETHESDA, MD, October 12, 2022 – WHC (Wildlife Habitat Council) offers a new white paper available for download today, Building Sustainable Supply Chains | How Nature-based Solutions Can Address Operational […]

From Skyscrapers to Mines – When a Workplace Becomes a Thriving Wildlife Habitat

Learn about species that commonly find habitats in and around workplaces.

Swap Your Lawn Mower for a Goat: The Benefits of Grazing

Grazing animals can be a beneficial and interesting new way to maintain the vegetation at your corporate site.
Jorge Calderón Trueba, Jorge Calderón Álvarez, and Sara Cook onstage during the session.

The Earth Lab’s Community-First Approach – A Conservation Conference Recap

What is a community-first approach to environmental action? What are the challenges and considerations of partnering with local communities? How can diversity, equity and inclusion be incorporated into these approaches? […]
Naim Edwards speaking onstage at WHC Conservation Conference 2022

Restoring Eden in our Communities with Edible Forests – A Conservation Conference Recap

On June 14-15, WHC welcomed over 400 attendees to our first in-person WHC Conservation Conference since 2019, and our first-ever conference held in Detroit, Michigan. During these two days, sustainability […]
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