Helping Companies Make Conservation Profitable
Our mission is to bring business and biodiversity together by sharing best practices on how to make conservation profitable for business, biodiversity, and wildlife.
“Profitable Conservation: Business Strategies that Boost Your Bottom Line, Protect Wildlife, and Conserve Biodiversity”
Biologists are alerting us to the fact that we’re experiencing major losses of wildlife habitat and biodiversity throughout the world. Corporations, on the other hand, are expanding operations and hoping to grow. It’s just a matter of time before the actions of corporations and biologists collide. Corporations will soon face increasing stakeholder scrutiny and pressure to do their part to protect our planet’s biodiversity and wildlife.
Fortunately, conservation versus profit is not a zero-sum game where the winner takes all. There are many win-win scenarios that are good for business (e.g., reduced costs, reduced risk, and increased profits) and good for biodiversity (e.g. healthy species, populations, and ecosystems). This book will provide you with a solid understanding of how and why businesses should be an active part of the solution, and you’ll learn a wide variety of profitable-conservation strategies that will protect biodiversity and wildlife and boost your bottom line. Click here to learn more.
Good for Business, Biodiversity, and Wildlife
We’re committed to providing your organization with significant, quantifiable results that will benefit your business, biodiversity, and wildlife. Our goal is to make conservation profitable for your organization.
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Thank you to David Clarke and “Inside EPA” for the recent interview and article about Corporations and Biodiversity
Profitable Conservation: Business Strategies that Boost Your Bottom Line, Protect Wildlife, and Conserve Biodiversity
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