A follow-up to World Business Council on Sustainable Development’s 1997 book ‘Business and Biodiversity — A Guide for the Private Sector’. This handbook “makes the business case for biodiversity, touching on current biodiversity issues for business, corporate biodiversity strategies, and key biodiversity resources. The report argues that triple-bottom-line business goals are consistent with the three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity: conservation, sustainable use, and equitable sharing of benefits. Illustrated by case studies.”
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