• Biodiversitet skal ind i virksomheden

    Der sker meget indenfor udvikling af bæredygtige virksomheder. – ny forretningsmodeller og nye krav til investeringer. Ikke blot social bæredygtighed og klima, som længe har været på agendaen. Nu skal der styr på biodiversitet.

    EU har besluttet at lægge pres på at få en omfattende ikke-finansiel rapportering (non-financial disclosure) af virksomheder, så det bliver tydeligt, hvilke påvirkninger på og afhængigheder der er af naturen og de økosystemtjenester den leverer.

  • Gardens for wildlife

    One place you can make a difference for wildlife and biodiversity is in your own garden. Over the last few years, the wildlife garden trend has grown strong and garden-owners all over have contributed to efforts with areas to support local species. Whether it is long grass areas, or bee-houses all initiatives matter and at […]

  • We Do Biodiversity

    While biodiversity may seem complicated and hard to grasp, we help your business make it tangible on your premises. We help you explore how you can take concrete measures to benefit nature and biodiversity on the land you own. We also assist in engaging employees and in setting meaningful goals guiding the implementation. See and […]

  • Why you should analyse environmental sustainability of the business model upfront – and how

    Would you start a business without making a business case? – or at least have a very good idea of the business model you are pursuing? – I wouldn’t! Here we look at the potential of using the Business Model Canvas for assessing the environmental sustainability of business ideas. Today the Business Model Canvas has […]

  • Nature-based Solutions – a possible path to business

    Perhaps Nature-based Solutions could be a tool for developing future – truly sustainable – businesses?

  • Why we cannot increase our dependence on nature – even by a modest 2 % per year…

    Even if an area would change with a 2% or 7% growth rate per year, it is a huge problem. In the beginning you see a small use and some change, and before the last doubling time, there is still 50% of the resource left. 3 doubling times before full use, only 1/8th (12 percent) has been used, and you would probably not be worried that the resource will eventual be depleted! For all our non-renewable resources, even a tiny, yet consistent increase in resource use will eventually lead to depletion.