There is an international imperative for the restoration of the natural world and ecosystem functionality if we are to address the climate crisis and meet global targets on biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions. Biodiversity restoration is one of the fastest, most cost effective and easiest ways to create healthy ecosystems that sequester carbon and are essential for keeping temperatures below key thresholds.
So, it is no longer about protecting what is left, but about recovering what has been lost.
Landowners and landholders – be they private individuals or commercial businesses – are being held accountable for their impact upon the natural world and yet also hold the answer to reversing the decline and damage caused by our anthropological activities.
By monetising and delivering natural ecosystem services we demonstrate to our clients that restoring nature across portfolios generates financial returns, creating viable and diverse income streams, new job opportunities and develops the viable marketplace for rapid nature recovery.