Scientists at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew introduce business leaders to their work preventing biodiversity loss and protecting plants and fungi
Guardians of Nature
Indigenous people account for just 5% of the world's population yet look after 25% of the world's land mass and 85% of its surviving biodiversity
Cassinia builds on the traditional knowledge and skills of indigenous people, developing new business models so the Ngarrindjeri and others can resume their role as guardians of the land.
This twenty-storey timber building in northern Sweden will be carbon negative within 50 years, setting a new standard for sustainable construction.
A keystone species on the grasslands of North America, the buffalo holds a central place in both the ecosystem and the culture of indigenous people.
Luxury Italian chocolate brand Domori works with a Venezuelan co-operative to cultivate and farm a rare variety of cocoa sustainably
The Sustainable Spices Initiative helps small-holder farmers to improve soil health and biodiversity in India, the world's largest producer of spices.
UBQ converts unsorted household waste into climate-positive recyclable thermoplastic, providing a path to a truly circular economy.
Reviving Urban Spaces
Wild West End brings together some of London's largest commercial property owners to encourage biodiversity in the heart of London.
Rejoining The Circle
Professor Leroy Little Bear, a knowledge-keeper of the Blackfoot First Nation of Canada, reminds us we are part of nature, not apart from it.
One Stop COP day two
Day two of COP26 sees major announcements on ending deforestation and reducing methane emissions
One Stop COP day four
The announcement of $130 trillion of private finance to fund science-based net zero targets is the highlight of day four at COP26.
One Stop COP day one
25,000 delegates from over 100 countries have gathered in Glasgow for COP26. The future of the world is in their hands.
Osa Conservation is replanting mangroves, one of nature's most effective carbon sinks, in the biodiverse Térraba Sierpe National Wetland of Costa Rica.
Restor is a mapping platform for the fast-growing global restoration movement, combining the latest ecological data with artificial intelligence
Lentera specialises in precision farming, using technology to help farmers increase their yield, grow more resilient crops and improve soil health.
Replenishing The Soil
SAFI Organics uses rice chaff to produce organic fertilizer - increasing crop yields and water retention at the same time as reducing soil acidity.
Using data science, artificial intelligence and drones, Dendra help restore and rebalance biodiverse ecosystems at massive scale.
The World Resources Institute's projects restore degraded land around the world, helping local people to address the impact of climate change.
The Millennium Seed Bank's underground collection of over 2.4 billion seeds protects threatened species and conducts cutting-edge scientific research
Reworking Food Production
Little Leaf Farms' innovative greenhouse technology works with nature to grow lettuce sustainably in the cooler climate of New England.
The Rede de Sementes do Xingu brings together indigenous seed-collectors to preserve the Amazon's biodiversity while stimulating the local economy.
This Colombian city works with nature to decrease temperatures and reduce pollution, creating a network of green corridors alongside roads and canals.
Rewilding the Highlands
Aecom's Natural Capital Lab uses state-of-the art technology to assess the economic value of 100 acres of rewilded land in the Scottish Highlands.
New England Exemplary Forests are looking to develop their approach into a global standard for sustainable woodland management.
Reusing Captured Waste
CCm captures carbon dioxide and other waste streams, and either stores the captured material or converts it into fertilizer or other useful resources.