We catalyze business leadership to drive policy ambition

We catalyze business leadership to drive policy ambition.

On 15 June, 31 NGOs and business groups including the International Chamber of Commerce, WWF, We Mean Business, United Nations Global Compact, the IUCN and Business for Nature published a letter calling on CEOs to push governments to include ambitious policies to reverse nature loss as part of green recovery plans. Read the full letter.

We also brought together business and world leaders at a global virtual event to discuss nature in a world rethinking how to emerge from the crisis of a pandemic. At the event, we launched a Call to Action calling for ambitious and collective action on nature, that many leading businesses are supporting. If you’re a business, sign up now. You can also watch a playback of the full event.

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Business for Nature is a global coalition bringing together influential organizations and forward-thinking businesses.

Together, we demonstrate business action and amplify a powerful business voice calling for governments to reverse nature loss.

Forward-thinking businesses understand that global economic prosperity relies on a healthy natural world and are already making commitments and acting on nature protection and restoration. Business for Nature is amplifying this business movement by demonstrating the breadth and depth of existing business ambition and action. For companies curious how they can engage with Business for Nature, take a look at our two-page guide for companies.

World leaders have a unique opportunity in 2020 to forge an international agreement to reverse nature loss like the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change. We will bring an aggregated business voice to the negotiations, calling on governments to adopt a new deal for nature and people that would provide the policy signals that are necessary to scale up business action.