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Supporting business to go beyond regulation for biodiversity

     Many thanks to all who have provided important feedback to our call for knowledge on our "business request". We are now in a process of evaluating policy and stakeholder relevance and further improvin (...)

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     EKLIPSE is inviting scientists, policy makers, practitioners and other societal actors to share their knowledge on the following request:   What approaches can environmental regulators use to e (...)

Last edited: 31.03.2017 23:52 (GMT) - by Marianne Darbi

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Member: Lynn Dicks

Date: 21.04.2017 09:11 (GMT)

I am working on a method for companies to assess their vulnerability to pollinator decline, as part of this project: http://www.conservation.cam.ac.uk/collaboration/conserving-wild-pollinators-and-inc (...)

Member: Lynn Dicks

Date: 21.04.2017 09:15 (GMT)

The Global Reporting Initiative Biodiversity Indicators are quite widely used in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reporting. The report outlines the business case for biodiversity. https://www.gl (...)

Member: Marianne Darbi

Date: 30.04.2017 00:41 (GMT)

Thanks, Lynn for bringing up these different tools and work in progress. We'd be most happy if you could share some update on the things you're currently working on while they're evolving.

Member: Ian Dickie

Date: 24.04.2017 10:14 (GMT)

Indeed, the natural capital protocol has a supplement on food and drink. Examples of analysis are eftec's work for John Lewis - see page 34 (eco pigs):
https://www.johnlewispartnership.co.uk/conte (...)

Member: Marianne Darbi

Date: 30.04.2017 00:38 (GMT)

Thanks, Ian. We will surely have a look at the food and drink guidance developed in the scope of the natural capital protocol. Great also to have some reference to practical examples!

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