Private Business Action for Biodiversity - Findings from a project on biodiversity-friendly production and commercialization

12/2021 | Study

The global Private Business Action for Biodiversity (PBAB) project has been pilot testing and further developing instruments for the promotion of biodiversity-friendly production and commercialization, with specific activities in three partner countries – Brazil, India and Mexico. This document summarizes the most relevant findings from concrete implementation of activities both on global and national level. 

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