Our Net Benefit
Our impact pillars are gateways along a path towards Regeneration. Sustainability is important but it will only get us so far. It's like looking at the branches of a tree but they only start at ground level, whereas Regeneration takes us deeper to our roots and our real source of untapped potential.
Drawing on living systems theory, and lessons from the wisdom for First Nations Elders and culture bearers, we've come to see everything as interconnected. So, we're rekindling an ancient approach to business that aligns and enhances the life-support systems that Earth provides us with each and every day. These transform the way we identify, measure and communicate the net benefit of our business and organisations.
We do things differently. Why? Because we need to start working WITH Earth!
UN Sustainable Development Goal alignment
Working with Elders to break inter-generational disadvantage in regional and remote Indigenous communities.
Working with farmers and food entrepreneurs in the acceleration of regenerative agriculture.
Working with nature-based wellness industry leaders, especially in mental health promotion.
Working with young professionals using the latest social media & advocacy technology.
Working with young women who represent the future leaders of global business and development.
Working with industry leaders to promote renewables, especially geothermal power.
Working with business leaders to transition from conventional to circular economic principles.
Working with people of diverse cultures to promote peace & understanding
Working with world-leading business people to cultivate a new brand of regenerative business.
Working across sectors, cultures & industries to enable regenerative development.
Working with First Nations leaders and people with diverse backgrounds to accelerate innovation.
Working with entrepreneurs who transform waste & favour natural, renewable & biodegradable materials.
Working with diverse stakeholders to achieve swimmable & drinkable urban rivers & harbours.
Working with businesses to become climate positive through strategic carbon sequestration.
Working with conservation leaders to increase investment in marine
& aquatic ecosystems.
Working with world leaders in Ranger-led conservation in alignment with the UN Decade on Restoration.
The One Percenters
Climate Change, Biodiversity Loss, Systemic Racism, COVID-19 and Political Instability, what a crazy time we are living in. And yet every day there a good people doing good work to make our Earth a better place for All.
While our team is working with change makers on the next horizon of Regeneration, we also need to invest in the protection of the Earth's special places. That's why we support The Thin Green Foundation, who equip Rangers at the frontline of conservation, through our annual voluntary 1% for the Planet commitment.
To the Earth's Indigenous, Community and Government Rangers we say 'thank you!'
We believe in leaving the Earth in a better state than when we arrived.
Nature is Everyone's Business
Nature is everyone's business – more than 560 companies with combined revenues of US $4 trillion are now urging governments to adopt policies that reverse nature loss in upcoming 2021-2030 Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Regeneration Projects alongside businesses from around the Earth, like Walmart, Citigroup, Microsoft, JD.com, Hitachi, IKEA, Unilever, Axa, Mahindra Group and H&M Group are making the following collective statement:
“Healthy societies, resilient economies and thriving businesses rely on nature. Governments must adopt policies now to reverse nature loss in this decade. Together let's protect, restore and sustainably use our natural resources.”
Now that the business community is showing such leadership, we're hoping governments will hear this call and step up their ambition levels in the run up to Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) COP 15 scheduled to take place in 2021.
We're proud to be part of the Business for Nature Coalition
Putting Carbon back where it belongs
Both businesses and customers expect a fair trade in their exchange of goods and services. That's reasonable.
So, why is it any different in the exchange between business and Nature?
We're committed to honouring the true costs of doing business and that's why we offset our carbon emissions through the Gold Standard. For Regeneration Year 2019/20 that included supporting the following projects: