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Overview of the conservation status of Mediterranean anthozoa
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Master Class Workshop on Understanding and Addressing Landscape and Seascape Issues in West Coast of India
A Master Class Workshop was organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, under their Leaders for Nature program, along with Mangroves for Future program, to address cumulative and regional Landscape and Seascape issues…
Details of upcoming events.
Leaders for Nature Master Classes (training cum workshop) will be tentatively organised in May/June and later in October/November 2017. A number of businesses will participate to learn more about importance of biodiversity and ecosystems and corporate sustainability. They will learn and discuss with experts on Biodiversity Risks, improving Sustainability Reporting by improving knowledge on Biodiversity issues, some of the Key Ecosystems and their ecosystem services and their integral role as a part of Natural Capital.
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Leaders for Nature India is a Business -Biodiversity network that stimulates and facilitates companies to take the lead in the transition towards a sustainable green Indian economy, by incorporating Natural Capital in their core business. By providing the knowledge and tools of IUCN and its partner organisations, its expert staff from around the world, and by peer-to-peer learning, Leaders for Nature sensitizes companies to understand the true value of nature, and take this into account in their strategic decisions.
The Indian complement of a global initiative by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Leaders for Nature - India is a joint initiative of IUCN, IUCN Netherlands committee, Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), Hivos and Wildlife Trust of India (WTI).
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Leaders for Nature brings together companies,NGOs,experts,companies to lead the way towards a green and sustainable economy
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Prof. B.C. Choudhary
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Ms. Aruna Rangachar Pohl
Vice President, Wipro
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Ms. Ritika Kapoor
Environment Superintendent, Rio Tinto
Dr. Hishmi Jamil Husain
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