Biodiversity ‘neglected’ in corporate natural capital accounting

Moves are afoot to improve the representation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in corporate environmental accounting

Biodiversity indicators could help fill the gaps. Photograph: Beata Aldridge/123RFBiodiversity and ecosystem services have been “neglected” in corporate environmental accounting, according to a report.

The report, published on 26 October, was produced by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in collaboration with luxury fashion and sports company Kering and the academics, software engineers and practitioners who make up the Natural Capital Project research body.

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