Doing well by doing good: business cases for forests, people and biodiversity, organized by FAO and Tropenbos International, Ede, the Netherlands

M. de Man, P.A. Verweij

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Abstract

This paper provides key insights into different forest-­‐based business cases with positive ecological and social impacts, based on results from the ongoing research project ‘Business Cases for Biodiversity’, carried out by a research consortium consisting of the Copernicus Institute of Utrecht University, Nyenrode Business University and WWF Netherlands. Based on the collection and analysis of >150 examples of business cases across industries, the project provides content and process knowledge for practitioners aiming to develop business with a positive effect on biodiversity. The project is initiated and financed by the Dutch Ministry of Economy, Agriculture and Innovation (ELI).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Seminar ‘Forestry Investments in Emerging Markets', organized by FAO and Tropenbos International, Ede, the Netherlands
Pages1-3
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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