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National Biodiversity and Business Network

With a significant stake in the sustainability of biodiversity, business has the power and responsibility to act as a powerful lever for change. The National Biodiversity and Business Network (NBBN) recognises the importance of biodiversity to business and builds the capacity of business to act as a positive force for the conservation of biodiversity in South Africa.

The natural environment plays an important role in the value chain of any business. We work with innovative business leaders to identify and manage the business risks and opportunities that result from their interactions with the natural world. We provide a platform for businesses to proactively engage with each other and discover solutions that lead to sustainable business growth and many exciting business opportunities such as new sources of revenue and the opportunity to reduce production costs.

We achieve this through the following projects:

• Biodiversity Disclosure Project
• Biodiversity Measurement Protocol
• Mainstreaming Biodiversity into Business Toolkit
• National Business and Biodiversity Network

For more information, contact Constant Hoogstad

Biodiversity Disclosure Project

The EWT’s NBBN calls for the private sector to join the growing network of companies that are initiating steps towards addressing biodiversity reporting. Notably, we invite businesses to join us in the development and implementation of the Biodiversity Disclosure Project. Please click here to find out more about this exciting project!

Biodiversity Protocol

The BD Protocol is an output of the Biodiversity Disclosure Project (BDP), managed by the National Biodiversity and Business Network (NBBN) and hosted by the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). In close collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders, the BD Protocol aims to enable any organisation to identify, measure, manage and report on their impacts on biodiversity in a standardised, comparable manner. This consultation process is managed by the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) and hosted by the Natural Capital Coalition through Collaborase. It will last for three months until August 15, 2019, after which all comments, questions and contributions will be collected, analysed and summarised in a stakeholder feedback report for public release.

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