This involves a collaboration between countries and corporates: their action makes up a crucial part of achieving the 30x30 goal.
As part of Climate Week NY, South Pole is hosting this session “Nature's Bottom Line: Accelerating Global Change through Corporate Biodiversity Action", showcasing how companies and governments are incorporating biodiversity into their strategies.
Featuring frameworks such as the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosure (TNFD) and the Science-based Targets Network for Nature (SBTN), speakers will delve into best practices as well as demonstrate the development of a global transnational unit - the Biodiversity Credit. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear how to move the needle on global biodiversity action, play a vital role in facilitating finance for nature and drive forward sustainable business practices.
- A moderated panel discussion featuring experts from various sectors, including corporate sustainability leaders, government representatives, biodiversity scientists, and finance experts.
- Panelists will exchange views on the challenges, opportunities, and potential solutions for achieving the 30x30 goals to protect at least 30 percent of the planet's land and water by 2030
- Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in the discussion.Keynote speakers, including representatives from leading companies, governments, and international organizations, will share their insights and experiences on corporate biodiversity action.
- Presentations will focus on showcasing successful case studies, best practices, and lessons learned in driving sustainable practices within the corporate sector.