What happened at the biodiversity COP, and why it matters to business 

May 23, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

We’re nearly halfway through 2022 but are already seeing a world on fire, both literally and figuratively. Climate change is causing heatwaves, challenging food production, disrupting supply chains and threatening livelihoods. The demands on business are compounded by the escalating conflict in Ukraine and skyrocketing inflation.

While companies grapple with the immediate impact of these crises, it can be hard to think about the long-term vision of sustainability. However, not doing so comes at the cost of their own future. As a recent IPCC report found, the window for action is closing, and the consequences of climate change and nature loss are becoming unbearable.

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