Based on OECD’s Environmental Outlook to 2050, without new policies in place, we can expect a 10% reduction in total global terrestrial biodiversity. This includes one-third of all marine mammals, 40% of all amphibian species, and nearly 33% of coral reefs.
BENEFITS OF USING ISS ESG’s BIODIVERSITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT TOOL
ISS ESG’s Biodiversity Impact Assessment Tool can be used to support compliance with biodiversity-related disclosure frameworks within the European Union, including Article 29 of the French Energy Transition Law, as well as the UN Convention on Biological Diversity and the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures.
BIODIVERSITY IMPACT PER REGION
Example: Company in the “Food Products” industry
TOP THREE MOST SEVERE RISKS
According to the World Economic Forum’s 2022 Global Risk Report, biodiversity loss ranks alongside climate action failure and extreme weather as one of the top three most severe risks facing the world during the next decade.
Palm oil is one of the most important raw materials for today’s global economy. This has put a spotlight on how the palm oil supply chain is performing in sustainability-related areas such as deforestation and its impact on biodiversity.
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