Business

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Business” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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On behalf of the Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) Partners, IUCN has released new guidelines for businesses operating in KBAs. The development of these...
Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) have then been defined as ‘sites that contribute to the global persistence of biodiversity’, including vital habitat for threatened plant and animal species in...
Many businesses are aware of the importance of measuring their impacts and dependencies on biodiversity, but how to apply existing frameworks and...
IUCN and Oxford University are working together to clarify the spectrum of biodiversity indicator applications for business. They have developed a process to guide the development and selection of...
IUCN and Oxford University are working together to clarify the spectrum of biodiversity indicator applications for business. Under a Memorandum of...
In the first phase of the collaboration, biodiversity indicators have not be developed. Rather, this first phase defines the spectrum of applications where businesses use biodiversity indicators....
IUCN's BioBiz Exchange works with civil society organisations to strengthen their business engagement with the aim of enhancing biodiversity...
The BioBiz Exchange initiative aims to empower civil society organisations (CSOs) to engage more effectively with businesses, and enable positive outcomes for the mitigation of impacts on...
Inspiring business to take up nature-based solutions: a PANORAMA webinar hosted by IUCN.
IUCN’s BioBiz Exchange will host a PANORAMA webinar on the topic, Engaging business in nature-based solutions, on Thursday, 27 June, from 14:00-15:00 CET. To join the webinar, register here....
As Madagascar is one of the world’s most important biodiversity hotspots, Rio Tinto QMM has devoted significant resources to demonstrating its...
In 2003, QMM created an independent committee of globally recognised biodiversity experts to provide external perspectives and advice on implementing the Rio Tinto biodiversity strategy. The...
IUCN is helping Rio Tinto evaluate and improve its impact on the environment.
The IUCN and Rio Tinto collaboration began in 2010, and their shared work programme has included raising understanding in the areas of natural capital and ecosystem services, the mitigation hierarchy...
Following a five-year agreement between 2010-2015, IUCN and Rio Tinto have agreed to continue working together for another three-year period (2016-...
By working together, IUCN and Rio Tinto aim to draw on each other's experience and expertise to develop programmes and actions that will resolve on the ground mining issues contributing to improved...
The Protected Areas, Biodiversity & World Heritage programme with this three thematic areas work in harmony to help ecosystems to be resilient and continue to provide services to secure the...
ضمن جولات المدير الاقليمي للاتحاد الدولي لحماية الطبيعة الدكتور هاني الشاعر التي تمت بتاريخ 13/06/2019؛ تم الاجتماع بعطوفة المدير العام للدفاع المدني...
ضمن جولات المدير الاقليمي للاتحاد الدولي لحماية الطبيعة الدكتور هاني الشاعر التي تمت بتاريخ 13/06/2019؛ تم الاجتماع بعطوفة المدير العام للدفاع المدني عطوفة اللواء  مصطفى البزايعة .  حيث تم مناقشة...
Forty-two representatives of indigenous organisations from around the world recently met in Tecpan, Guatemala to share experiences and learn from one...
The Tecpan learning exchange in Guatemala arose through a request from indigenous organisations for a series of capacity building and knowledge sharing activities. Specifically, these groups sought...
More than 100 conservation and development practitioners attended the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) Phase II Final Assessment Workshop,...
Participants seized the opportunity to reflect on progress and achievements made in conservation efforts supported by CEPF in the Indo-Burma Biodiversity Hotspot. Workshop participants also explored...

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