Businesses are meeting Aichi targets
A new report from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) reveals that many global businesses are responding positively to the global biodiversity targets set by the UN Convention on Biological DiversityThe so-called Aichi targets, named after the Japanese province where the 2010 conference took place, recognise the urgent need for action, and WBCSD’s report shows how companies, including steel maker
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