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State of Corporate Conservation 2019: Make Biodiversity Material
Read the transcript of Margaret O'Gorman's speech given at Conservation Conference 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Opportunity Knocks – A Call to Consider Corporate Lands for Climate Action
There is a big hole in corporate climate action that nature-based approaches can fill with cost-effective solutions that bring copious co-benefits.
Bipartisanship for Biodiversity – Funding Our Future
As we face the global biodiversity crisis it can no longer be business as usual.
The Alarm is Sounding for Nature. Who Will Take the Lead in Materiality, Mainstreaming and Action?
Consumption and land use patterns have created a grave unraveling of the web of life.
Big News About Biodiversity Makes Grim Predictions – Why Aren’t We Paying More Attention?
A recently published paper found that biodiversity received 8 times less media coverage than climate change in the mainstream media.
The Importance of Mainstreaming Biodiversity
In preparation for COP14, the CBD invited submissions to provide case studies and practical examples of the mainstreaming of biodiversity into the industry sectors under consideration. Here is our submission.
Toward COP14: Can the CBD Mainstream Biodiversity in Industry?
Biodiversity can be mainstreamed across business, allowing both economic livelihoods and natural communities to prosper.
The Greening of Detroit – How DTE Energy and GM are Helping to Restore Nature in America’s Comeback City
Read how corporations can lead nature back into a city.
Stop Making Conservation Complicated. Just Do It.
In the world of corporate conservation, we have seen companies becoming paralyzed between the proposed cost and the actual budget, among other factors. But these barriers to action can be overcome.
Food, Water and Bird Song – What Dystopian Literature Can Teach Us About Taking the Planet for Granted
The natural environment has always had a place in literature.