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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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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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Why pesticide bans are too simplistic to solve the pollination deficit

13 April 2018 – Dr Gemma Cranston, Director, Natural Capital, CISL makes the case for leadership group of companies committed to safeguarding pollinators. She calls for tangible action from business that provides positive outcomes for the spectrum of pollinators and benefits to corporate supply chains.

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Framing natural capital assessment in the right way for business

17 October 2017 – Dr Mike Sharman, outlines the growing case for businesses to understand their impact and dependencies on nature.

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Dr Cath Tayleur Programme Manager, Natural Capital