DATE/TIME: June 13, 8 am- 9 am PST/ 11 am-12 pm EST
It appears that biodiversity will wind up being the year’s most discussed topic in the field of sustainability. The approval of the Global Biodiversity Framework at COP15 in December has led to a rise in the number of businesses and banks working to understand their biodiversity risks and incorporating measures to halt and reverse nature loss into their sustainability strategies. Being “nature favourable” is quickly becoming the latest and, maybe, most aspirational objective for businesses.
Is it feasible, and what would it take, for a company to become really nature-positive while still operating within the constraints of the global economy? However, what consequences will a company’s supply chain and operations face if it disregards the dangers and dependencies posed by biodiversity?
Join the conversation to learn more about the biodiversity movement and how your company can adapt to meet the demands of this emerging industry trend.
Topics covered will include:
- Why ending up being nature-positive is a cumulative journey instead of an ESG check-box
- What tools, resources and structures your business can take advantage of to assist its biodiversity method and financial investments
- How you can successfully interact this crucial focus location to essential stakeholders
- GreenBiz Group Vice President and Editorial Director Heather Clancy
- University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science Director and Tasso Leventis Professor of Biodiversity, EJ Milner-Gulland
- McKinsey Partner Dee Yang
- Chief Climate Action Officer at Salesforce.com Tim Christophersen
- Akanksha Khatri, Head of the World Economic Forum’s Nature Action Agend