United Kingdom International Chamber of Commerce
“Recent events have made very clear the importance of natural environments to the health and prosperity of communities, livelihoods and economies the world over. But effectively addressing the pressing challenge of increasing biodiversity loss in nature will require leadership and solutions that are both global and local, with all stakeholders stepping up. Biodiversity is good for business, and the private sector can and must help to protect, conserve, and restore our ecosystems. In partnership with Business for Nature, ICC will work to unite global business behind these critical efforts.”
- John W.H. Denton AO, Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce
Businesses engaged in innovation using genetic resources are also invited to participate in ICC’s work on access and benefit sharing and the Nagoya Protocol. Read the ICC Statement Towards a new implementation strategy for access and benefit sharing.
IEMA is the professional membership body for individuals and organisations working, studying or interested in the environment and sustainability.