Catalogue collects 40 best practices on biodiversity management in Spanish companies
Club de Excelencia en Sostenibilidad recently launched the “Best Business Practices Catalogue in Biodiversity Management” which collects 40 projects carried out by large companies and SMEs to preserve the flora, fauna, habitats and water resources.
The Catalogue, developed in collaboration with the Spanish Ministry of
Agriculture, Food and Environmental Affairs through the Biodiversity
Foundation, aims to highlight a wide range of initiatives carried out by
companies which have integrated natural capital into business strategy
The "Best Business Practices Catalogue in Biodiversity Management” is available to download here
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