Natural Capital Protocol: Feedback from Business Engagement Partner Interview Report

The first extensive business review on natural capital with regard to the Natural Capital Protocol coming in June 2016.

Insights into the opinions of more than 80 businesses representing 15 different sectors from all over the world are collected in the new "Natural Capital Protocol: Feedback from Business Engagement Partner Interview Report". The key information were collected by interviewing different businesses and are listed under these sections:
Additionally actions taken by businesses and 8 key factors they believe are necessary to successfully adopt the protocol in the future are explained. The report was edited for the Natural Capital Coalition by Ernst & Young, which is part of the IUCN consortium.

Click here to read the report.

Tags: Biodiversity Management | Supply Chain Management

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