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The why, what, and how of corporate biodiversity action

The approach towards corporate biodiversity action shows similarities with that of climate action at several points along the way.

The why, what, and how of corporate biodiversity action

Schneider Electric
Gaya Herrington, VP ESG Research at the Schneider ElectricTM Sustainability Research Institute

An introduction for Manufacturing Companies

With almost 70% of wildlife already lost at what seem to be accelerating extinction rates, upwards of USD 20 trillion in economic damages from lost ecosystem services a year, and another USD 53 trillion globally at risk from further biodiversity losses, it is abundantly clear that business as usual is no way forward. Current business practices cause too many negative impacts on society, not just on nature but also on human health. The feedback effects from these negative impacts find their way back to corporations through various channels, including direct or supply chain dependencies, and legal, regulatory, reputational, and financial exposure risks. There can and have been delays in these feedback mechanisms, but today, they may have accumulated to the point where corporate biodiversity action makes sense not just from a moral standpoint, but also from a purely economic one. This report provides a first view of what this may entail for companies, especially those in manufacturing, that are ready for real corporate biodiversity action.
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Digital with impact

Towards a systemic approach to digitalization for a sustainable energy transition.
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Climate Horizon: Opportunities for a greener world in the Middle East

This paper explores two future perspectives for decarbonization in the Middle East by 2060.

Green digital solutions for corporate biodiversity action

The massive and accelerating loss of biodiversity is one of today’s key crises.

How Schneider Electric’s climate risks interact

And how the network view can help spot opportunities and avoid the biggest tragedies

Building a green future: Examining the job creation potential of electricity, heating, and storage in low-carbon buildings

A study reveals over 2 million new jobs can be created during the transition to net-zero buildings.

Addendum - Path to developed and decarbonized India

A focus on 2047 Net Zero

Towards net-zero buildings: Exploring the IntenCity case

IntenCity has a cumulated carbon footprint 5 times less than an average European building on a 60-year life cycle.

Path to developed and decarbonized India

The choices India makes today will profoundly influence some of the world’s most pressing challenges like climate change. The good news is that these choices are yet to be made.

Road to a rapid transition to sustainable energy security in Europe

It is time to embrace sustainability as a business imperative and to capture the momentum now, for the future.

Towards net-zero buildings: A quantitative study

Progress on energy and sustainability is at an all-time high. How will that momentum fare in a new decade and under radical new circumstances? In this study, we propose a new and innovative approach to the decarbonization of the building sector.