Governments & NGO Partners
It is critical that our approach to mitigating and adapting to climate change includes tackling the biodiversity crisis. Currently, many strategies in the public, charitable, and private sectors are failing to protect our natural world and deliver sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.
If biodiversity and ecosystem services are not taken into account, existing net-zero strategies risk long-term failure.
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By becoming certified by our Standard, organisations can be assured that the initiatives they are backing are protecting, restoring, and enhancing natural ecosystems rather than contributing to their decline.
Aligning with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 15, adopting the Standard provides organisations with a scientifically robust certification so they can better demonstrate a commitment to biodiversity to investors and consumers around the world.
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The Global Biodiversity Standard will be delivered through our global network of botanical institutions and plant conservation experts, which includes local, scientific, trusted institutions across the world. BGCI’s broader membership includes 650 botanical and forestry technical partners in nearly every country in the world. Our ambition is for the Standard to be truly global.
By joining in the development and implementation of the Standard partners can ensure local knowledge and botanical expertise drives restoration efforts.
In addition, you can support the development of the Standard through individual donations.