Biodiversity Framework Consultancy

Unlock the full potential of SBTN, CSRD and TFND frameworks for your business. Our tailored consultancy services demystify these frameworks, helping you make informed decisions that resonate with stakeholders and amplify your sustainability impact.

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Frameworks we consult on

Whatever stage of the journey your business is at, our experts can work with you to make these globally recognised frameworks accessible so they integrate seamlessly into your existing business operations.

SBTN (Science-Based Targets for Nature)
TNFD (Task Force on Nature-Related Financial Disclosure)
CSRD (The EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive)

Setting science-based targets for nature

Providing a universal method for setting robust biodiversity targets, SBTN aims to prevent further degradation of the planet by ensuring businesses like yours can articulate a clear, defensible biodiversity ambition.

By 2030, these targets should be geared towards creating a net positive impact on biodiversity to protect our natural habitats and the countless species they sustain.

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Taskforce for Nature-Related Financial Disclosures

TNFD helps you integrate nature into your decision-making, so you can go from nature-negative outcomes to nature-positive.

This framework enables transparency with your investors, customers and employees, allowing you to articulate, communicate and deliver your nature-positive ambitions.

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The EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive

CSRD came into law in April 2023, forcing all major companies to disclose their biodiversity impacts by 2025. Whilst the scope of this legislation is broad, it directs companies to conduct a double materiality assessment and report on both the impacts a company has on biodiversity, and the risks a company is exposed to via biodiversity loss.

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Dr Cecilia Larrosa

Dr Mike Burgass

Dr Katie Thompson

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