Stemming the loss of biodiversity is critical to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and reduce the impact of climate change. An intergovernmental panel met at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15) last year to address biodiversity loss, restore ecosystems, and protect indigenous rights, underscoring the importance of nature to the global economy.
Conservation not only takes the form of water and waste recycling and management, but also in monitoring changes to the environment and reducing the impact of human activities on the environment.
This interactive publication examines the increasing interest from the private sector in environmental sustainability, as the impact of climate change continues to drive sustainable investing. The COP 15 framework provides opportunities for businesses and investors to support commitments to protect and restore biodiversity and natural ecosystems.