Frontrunners lead the way and find first solutions to critical hurdles. But how? Three biodiversity supporters tell their story.
First, we talk with Roel Nozeman from ASN Bank, the first financial institution to declare the ambition of being biodiversity net positive by 2030, and Daniël Kan from consultancy firm PRé Sustainability, work together in developing a biodiversity footprint tool, crucial in measuring the impact of investments on the variety of nature.
Next is Karin Andeweg from the WUR, who is a project manager at Living Labs in East Africa. She looks for the best ways to make agriculture contribute to biodiversity, the environment and the production of sufficient and healthy food.