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Making business sense of natural capital
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Biodiversity, a business priority?
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Beyond our stores: tackling natural capital challenges in the cotton industry
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From commitments to action: Preparing the dairy industry for its role stewarding natural capital
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How Davos power brokers can start tackling major environmental risks
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Lessons from Storm Desmond: How the natural environment can help mitigate flooding risks
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Nature can still become central to the world's thinking in 2020
14 April 2020 – As resilience takes more prominence post-coronavirus, restoring nature will be of utmost importance, argues Dr Gemma Cranston, Director, Business and Nature at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).
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Water: let’s address the source of the problem together
1 August 2018 – In the aftermath of the summer's global heatwave on Earth Overshoot Day, Dr Gemma Cranston reflects on the urgent need to preserve the UK's water supplies.
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Taking a strategic approach towards nature: why 2020 could be the year of business and nature
Dr Gemma Cranston, Director of our Business and Nature team, suggests that a new international framework to restore nature could change the landscape for business everywhere. No company should arrive at the end of the year without having stopped to think about what the ecological crisis means for their business.
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