“How companies value natural capital”

Companies increasingly consider including natural capital into their accounts. Driven by internal sustainability and risk management, more and more businesses review and value their environmental impacts.

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Voluntary Sustainability Standards and Biodiversity
Understanding the potential of agricultural standards for biodiversity protection - This policy brief provides a summary of the findings of joint research conducted by International Institute for Sustainable Development in collaboration with the Convention for Biological Diversity Secretariat analyzing the potential contribution of voluntary sustainability standards to support biodiversity protection.


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It’s Time To Start Accounting For Nature
WWF recently released Living Planet Report 2016, the latest biennial accounting of the state of the planet. The numbers are sobering. Each year, humans use the biocapacity of 1.6 Earths, consuming resources faster than the planet can replenish them. That’s the ecological equivalent of surviving on credit.


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Aidenvironment Study: Sustainability Issues and Solutions in the Rubber Sector
Low prices drive natural rubber producers into poverty and serious violations of working rights are common. This is the harsh reality revealed in a new study conducted by Aidenvironment. The comprehensive review of literature reveals numerous cases of inadequate safety standards, inappropriate use of toxic chemicals, discrimination and structurally long working hours and child labour. It points to the need for more responsible sourcing practices by the rubber industry with particular attention to fair trading conditions.



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