Nature and Biodiversity

It’s time for business to step up to protect biodiversity

The loss of biodiversity evidences how environmental and economic challenges are intrinsically linked.

With only an abysmal 50% of biodiversity remaining, the UK today ranks in the bottom ten of all countries globally.

Jason Knights
Managing Director, Ground Control
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Biodiversity loss doesn’t just pose a risk for the world’s forests, grasslands, lakes and rivers but also the integrity of global food supply chains and the natural resources underpinning the global economy.

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