Davos Agenda

Just 5% of the world’s top 500 companies have biodiversity targets. Here’s how 3 very different industries could go nature-positive

Excessive use of the world’s resources means it is more urgent than ever that industry becomes nature-positive.

Excessive use of the world’s resources means it is more urgent than ever that industry becomes nature-positive. Image: Unsplash/Sergei A

Ian Shine
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